Let’s face it, waking up early, living your best life, and juggling a busy workload can be close to impossible. There is not enough time for all of it! That’s why Liza Wisner developed the Prime Time routine in 2014 to start the day positively.
Prime Time is one of the four Carpe Diem quadrants in a day. The first part of the day is Prime Time, the second is Focus Time, followed by Soul Time, and finally, PowerUp Time to end the day.
Prime Time is the most important because your morning routine sets the tone, pace, and energy for the rest of your day. If you hit the snooze button several times, rush your way through getting ready, and end up rushing around to catch up, you’ll feel like you’re in a constant race for the rest of the day.
When you commit to Prime Time daily, you #WakeUpToPowerUp, throw those covers off and meet the day refreshed and ready to make it amazing.