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How these four very successful people start their day

Thereport24.com Desk:

Whether it's going to the gym, reading the paper, or enjoying a cup of coffee, most of us have things in our morning routine that we rarely skip.

Getting into a good morning routine can help us be more productive throughout the day. The consistency can also be comforting.

With the help of this great infographic from sleepypeople.com, we decided to look at the morning routines of some of the world's most successful business people and politicians.

US President Barack Obama hits the gym Every morning.

The President of the United States and arguably the world’s most powerful man, Obama isn’t one to hang around in the mornings.

Sleepypeople.com tells us that the president is up by 6:45 a.m. every morning. Then, he goes to gym to do both weights and cardio.

Once he’s finished pumping iron, Obama will head back to eat breakfast with his wife Michelle, and his two daughters Malia and Sasha, before sending the girls off to school.

After the kids are gone, it's time to get down to the serious business of running the country.

British Prime Minister David Cameron avoids watching TV in the morning.

Earlier this year, a video from the Sun showed that British Prime Minister David Cameron starts his day at 6:00 a.m, and will go through important government business until around 8:00 a.m.

At 8:00 a.m, he joins his wife Samantha, and kids Arthur, Nancy, and Florence for a bite of breakfast.

Cameron’s private flat in No.10 Downing Street has a strict no TV rule in the mornings, and in the past the PM has said that he thinks his children should be “doing something” in the morning before school.

Cameron is also an avid follower of media coverage and will take time to catch up on the news every morning.

Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates likes to train mind and body.

Another tech billionaire Bill Gates, the cofounder of Microsoft and one of the world’s richest men, likes to exercise both mind and body first thing in the morning.

Sleepy People say that Gates spends an hour on the treadmill doing cardio exercise, but watches instructional videos from the Teaching Company while doing so, ensuring that all parts of his health are looked after.

Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg often skips bedtime altogether.

The 31-year-old Harvard dropout and founder of Facebook is well known for almost always wearing a plain gray T-shirt, saying in a 2014 interview that wearing the same shirt helps allow him "to make as few decisions as possible."

So presumably, he gets up, goes to his closet and picks his favourite gray T-shirt and goes to work.

According to Sleepy People, Zuckerberg often doesn’t sleep very much, and he has been known to stay up until 6 a.m. talking with Facebook employees. Source: Business Insider

Ends/thereport24.com/MI/Oct 11, 2015