A look inside the daily routine of billionaire investor Mark Cuban, who starts working the minute he wakes up and falls asleep to ‘Law & Order’

Mark Cuban

• Billionaire investor Mark Cuban leads a busy life, between starring in “Shark Tank,” owning the Dallas Mavericks, and spending time with his family.

• He works hard throughout the day, often clocking in first thing in the morning.

• But he still leaves enough time to exercise, get enough sleep, and spend quality time with his kids.

When it comes to thinking up powerful, productivity-boosting mantras, you can’t beat Mark Cuban.

“Work like there is someone working 24 hours a day to take it all away from you,” he once said.

But how exactly does the billionaire investor, “Shark Tank” star, and Dallas Mavericks owner work throughout the day?

Unsurprisingly, Cuban, who Forbes estimates is currently worth $3.3 billion, has a few rituals and routines that help him stay focused.

Here’s a look inside the billionaire investor’s typical daily routine:

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Cuban hits the ground running every morning. “Business is my morning meditation,” he told Entrepreneur in 2014. “Business is what I like. I get up and I work immediately. I love doing this.”

Source: Entrepreneur

Back in 2014, Cuban said he’d specifically check Cyber Dust — his messaging app — upon waking up. Afterwards, he said he would go through his emails and “read, update and deal with whatever issues I have to address. First thing’s first and the first thing for me is always work,” he told Entrepreneur.

Source: Entrepreneur

Cuban told Thrive Global founder Arianna Huffington that he continues to check his email throughout the day. “If I’m laying in bed watching a game, if it’s halftime of a Mav’s game, that’s when I’ll do my emails,” he said. “It allows me to disconnect from whatever other things that have my attention, and it actually works out really well.”

Source: The Thrive Global Podcast, CNBC

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