Here are a few of the things I know about the day-to-day lives of successful women: they wake up every day with the sun (and remember, alarms are for underachievers!).
Then they meditate before work. And then they answer emails before work. And then they cook their families a fresh breakfast from scratch, including a protein, before work.
Then, it’s 18 hours of mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, and power lunches that seem to mostly involve beet smoothies and fistfuls of slivered almonds.
At the day’s end, they begin planning what they’ll do with their weekly allotted three hours of personal time.
At least, that’s what I’ve heard, in articles about the daily schedules of successful women. These articles all have titles like “How She Does It,” or “Here’s How We’re Doing It All,” or “Al she does it all and Everything yes even that,” and I read every single one or maybe I have, I don’t even know , you go read.