A Happier, More Productive YOU

in Less Than 10 Minutes

The Sunrise Manifesto is a category-busting gratitude journal and productivity planner.

With only a few minutes each morning, you can dramatically improve overall well-being while getting more of the important stuff done. Be more productive. Be happier. And reveal your best self.

One simple change to your morning routine can:

  • Clear up 'mind clutter' & organize thinking
  • Boost productivity & gratitude
  • And jump start your day
The perfect morning ritual?

The #1 Habit of Happy, Successful People

Ben Franklin—one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.

Selma Lagerlöf—first female winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Ralph Waldo Emerson—influential 19th century poet and philosopher

Isaac Newton—One of the most influential scientists of all time.

…George S. Patton, Oprah Winfrey, Thomas Jefferson, Amelia Earhart, Charles Darwin, Ludwig van Beethoven, Eleanor Roosevelt, Leonardo da Vinci...

There is one habit that all of these influential figures had in common:
They kept a daily journal, regularly collecting their thoughts in written form.​

Why? The benefits of journaling are well-documented, both in scientific literature and in first-hand accounts of many wildly successful people.

Journaling positively impacts:

Clarity—in both thoughts and feelings.

Goal achievement—studies show people who write down goals have improved goal outcomes.

Emotional intelligence—journaling serves as an outlet for processing and managing emotions.

But there is a particular type of journaling that boosts both happiness and productivity.

Respected research publications such as American Psychology and the Journal of Comparative Neurology have published findings that show it leads to:

  • Higher levels of positive emotions​
  • Improved productivity and goal accomplishment measures
  • Increased feelings of joy, excitement, and optimism
  • Stronger immune systems and lower blood pressure

It’s called gratitude journaling.

It involves regularly reflecting upon—AND writing down—things you are grateful for.

Studies show gratitude journaling not only helps you become a happier person, it also improves productivity and mental toughness.

A 2006 study published in Behavior Research and Therapy found that Vietnam War Veterans with higher levels of gratitude had a lower chance of suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

And a 2003 study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found that gratitude was a major factor in personal resilience following the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Gratitude not only makes you happier. It makes you tougher. More resilient. And more capable of dealing with stress in a positive way.

Dr. Robert A. Emmons is one of the world’s leading scientific experts on gratitude. Regarding a long-term research study of gratitude and its effects on human health, Dr. Emmons made some astounding discoveries:

"Participants who kept gratitude lists were more likely to have made progress toward important personal goals (academic, interpersonal and health-based) over a two-month period compared to subjects in the other experimental conditions."

Dr. Robert A. Emmons, Leading Scientific Expert on Gratitude

"Participants who kept gratitude lists were more likely to have made progress toward important personal goals (academic, interpersonal and health-based) over a two-month period compared to subjects in the other experimental conditions."

Researchers have also shown biochemical relationships between gratitude and dopamine—a neurotransmitter that plays a critical role in energy levels and nervous system health.

Feelings of gratitude activate brain regions associated with this “feel good hormone”, boosting well-being.

The research and historical practice literature for gratitude is overwhelming. It boosts happiness, mental toughness, and productivity.

And if you do it at the right time, it can transform your entire day—and your life.

Clear Up "Mind Clutter" and
Jump-Start Your Day

“Once we get those muddy, maddening, confusing thoughts... nebulous worries, jitters, and preoccupations... on the page, we face our day with clearer eyes.”

- Julia Cameron

Some of the greatest thinkers in history started their day by exporting loose thoughts, worries, and anxieties onto a sheet of paper. They did this to organize thinking and create positive thought patterns.

Today, fewer and fewer people utilize this powerful, time-tested practice.​

Journaling—especially with good ol' fashioned pen and paper—is a dying art.

Think for a minute about how you typically start your day...

Do you check email right away?

Do you turn on the news and soak in current events?

Or maybe scroll through your social media newsfeed...

If you are like most people, the very first thing you do in the morning is not necessarily a productive task. It usually involves a "warm up"​—allowing your body and mind to ramp up so you can face the day's challenges.

But does your morning routine actually help you prepare for your day, or just consume time?

And more importantly—does your morning routine put in a state of clarity, optimism, and control?

Without directing your intention to your goals, the things you are grateful for, and the very most important objectives of the day—it's too easy to mindlessly slog through the day. Or just react to circumstances (i.e. what emails you received) rather than lead a self-directed day.​

While few people give their morning routine much attention, studies show that it largely controls your happiness and levels of success as you move through your day...​

Your mood has a huge effect on productivity and success outcomes, according to researchers at Wharton (University of Pennsylvania) and Fischer School of Business (Ohio State University).

From studies spanning over the last two decades, researchers found that both positive and negative moods affect employee productivity​—but that positive moods are more potent.

“The mood you bring with you to work has a stronger effect on the day’s mood—and on work performance—than mood changes caused by events in the workplace.”

Waking Up on the Wrong Side of the Desk: The Effect of Mood on Work Performance,” Wharton – University of Pennsylvania, http://knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/

When you cultivate the right mindset first thing in the morning, it carries through your entire day.

Likewise—when you start your day without a clear intention, and not in the right frame of mind, it negatively effects your entire day.

Less is More

Minimalist Productivity + Gratitude

​Gratitude Journaling and Goal Setting are both great theories, but usually fail in practice.

One of the main reasons is lack of consistency.

Most people simply can't find an extra 20 - 30 minutes in their daily routine to create a full journal entry. Or to sit down and map out goals, priorities, and action lists.​ So few people do it on a consistent basis.

The best way to improve compliance of anything is to make it low maintenance. And for journaling and goal setting, this means taking a  minimalist approach.

Minimalism can be loosely defined as focusing ONLY on the most impactful, few factors—while eliminating everything else.

By focusing ONLY on the Top 1-3 most important projects in your life, you ensure that your actions align with your highest priorities.

By focusing ONLY on the next 1-3 action steps you MUST take, you ensure that the vital things in your life get completed.

And by regularly focusing on 1-3 valuable things in your life that you are thankful for, you are constantly reminded of those few things and people that really matter to you.​

The minimalist approach to journaling is more effective—and more importantly—helps ensure compliance.

If you can cut down your morning journal routine to only FIVE minutes—and still reap all the benefits of gratitude journaling and planning—you'll be much more likely to consistently complete your practice every day.​

By implementing this minimalist approach in the morning, you can cultivate a perfect start to your day:

The Perfect Morning

Writing down things you are grateful for elicits positive emotions and improves happiness.

 Consistently focusing on one area for improvement each day allows for consistent self-improvement over time.

Save time AND be more productive by focusing only on the critical few, while eliminating the trivial many.

Wake up HAPPY...
Start your day with PURPOSE.

When your actions align with your highest priorities, you feel balanced.

And when you combine minimalist productivity with consistent gratitude practice, you become a happier, more successful person.​

One simple change to your morning routine...

In LESS THAN 10 minutes, you can set the stage for a happier, more productive day.

We've taken the guess work completely out of it.

With guided prompts, productivity lists, and short journaling exercises each day—you'll wake up happier, and be more productive than ever.

​The solution we developed combines all of these elements. And we ruthlessly eliminated unnecessary filler to provide ONLY the most important prompts and focus areas.

We wanted a guided journal that could be completed in 10 minutes or less every day.

Today, I'm excited to introduce you to the category-busting journal that has completely changed my life.

It's a perfect start to your day, and a perfect way to declare your intentions, priorities, and values each morning:


 Guided Morning Journal  

Sunrise Manifesto Guided Morning Journal

The ONLY guided morning journal designed to boost BOTH happiness AND productivity.

With only a few minutes each morning, you can dramatically improve overall well-being while getting more of the important stuff done. All is takes is a few moments of purposeful thought each morning.

A Happier, More Productive YOU in Less Than 10 Minutes

  1. Be Happier: The short gratitude prompts make it easy to cultivate happiness each morning.
  2. Start your day with Purpose:
    By focusing on the most important tasks, people, and things FIRST—you set the stage for clear thinking and productivity all day long.
  3. Get more done in LESS time:
    The guided prompts allow you to reap all the benefits of Gratitude Journaling, Productivity Planning, and Goal Setting with minimal effort.
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Leveraging the Art of Minimalism—and backed by the science of Positive Psychology—the Sunrise Manifesto sets the tone for your entire day.


The Daily Manifesto combines gratitude journaling with a minimalist approach to productivity—asking you a few simple questions that keep you focused on what's important.

Also, the short journaling exercise you’ll perform each morning instantly lowers stress levels by exporting “mind clutter” out of your head – and onto paper.

Do you ever wake up and immediately feel stress, even before the day begins? Or, do you often get side-tracked first thing in the morning? And find yourself slogging through your day without a clear purpose?

This is exactly why the Daily Mind Clutter section was incorporated into the Sunrise Manifesto. Exporting unorganized thoughts and ideas out of your head and onto paper is one of the best ways to instantly focus your thinking.

While this concept seems simple enough, it proves difficult to consistently employ.

That’s why the Sunrise Manifesto was designed with a minimalist approach—so you can hit the ground running each morning after only a few moments of purposeful, directed thought.

Minimum input. Maximum reward.

Sunrise Manifesto Daily Pages - How it works


Each week you’ll be guided through a simple Weekly Review that allows you to:

(1) Identify the most important projects and goals in your life.
(2) Outline a clear outcome.
(3) Write down the next 1-3 crucial action steps.

This weekly process serves as your compass, ensuring your actions align with your highest priorities, week to week. Like the Daily sections, the Weekly Review only takes a few minutes to complete.

Sunrise Manifesto Weekly Pages - How it works

What makes the Sunrise Manifesto so effective?

  • Quick and easy
    It only takes 5-10 minutes each morning. 
  • No distractions
    Unlike digital journals or online planners, the Sunrise Manifesto is a physical journal. This allows you to focus on gratitude and planning without distractions from online media.
  • Creates positive momentum to start your day
    It sets the stage for increased clarity, focus, and gratitude that lasts all day long.
  • No "Writer's Block"
    The guided prompts and action lists make journaling AND planning effortless.

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The Sunrise Manifesto could be the most powerful new habit you create this year. By ordering your journal today, you'll be on the way to becoming:

  • Happier
  • More Productive
  • and Focused 

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3. Kashdan, Todd B. et al., “Gratitude and hedonic and eudaimonic well-being in Vietnam war veterans,” Behaviour Research and Therapy, 2006

4. Morin, Amy; “7 Scientifically Proven Benefits Of Gratitude That Will Motivate You To Give Thanks Year-Round,” Forbes - Entrepreneurs, http://www.forbes.com/

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