How well you sleep will determine your performance throughout the day, as well as determining how efficiently you complete your morning routine.
Your morning actually starts the night before in many respects. There are many ways to optimize your sleep. You should try to focus on what you want when falling to sleep. You need to make your room as comfortable as possible.
This is largely an individual process. You might do well in a cool environment with blue colors and a completely blacked out room for optimal sleep (many people do well with these three components in terms of sleep quality).
In the morning and evening, refocus on what you want to achieve and what makes you feel good. Experiment with diet and exercise so that you can rest peacefully and minimize electronic appliances and WiFi signals in your bedroom.