While most of us are still wrestling with our snooze buttons, many of the world’s highest flyers are getting a head-start with their work, personal or fitness affairs. For her book, What The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, Laura Vanderkam spoke to CEOs, politicians, academics and entrepeneurs and identified three things the most successful people used their mornings for: “nurturing their careers with strategic and focused work; nurturing their relationships by giving their families or friends focused time; and nurturing themselves with exercise, spiritual and creative practices.”

Here, five healthy and successful people share their own regular morning routines...

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