For me, there’s nothing quite like the first hour or two in the morning, before everyone else in the house starts moving around.
(If you have a spouse and kids, you know how much noise ensues when that happens.)
The early morning is your time to move things forward without interruption, whether that be yourself (physically, mentally, spiritually, or, all three); or something for someone else (an important project or other work that needs to be done).
A great tip for taking full advantage of an early start is for you to spend five minutes writing down the three to five most important things you want to do tomorrow the night before. You won’t waste one second that way after you brush your teeth.
If for you that means to exercise, then go to sleep in your gym clothes. Remove all barriers and delays.
Set up your morning for success, and the rest of the day will follow.