Inc. magazine, founded in 1979 and based in New York City, is an American monthly publication focused on growing companies. Wake up call You don't have to be a morning person to start the day off right. Here are 10 products that won't make you want to hit the snooze button.

  1. Waterbella Shower Head Start your morning with a little pampering, courtesy of a rain-style shower head ($10). It's the perfect way to ease into the day.
  2. SmartShaker 2 Waking up doesn't have to be an unpleasant experience. Slip this smartphone-controlled alarm clock under your pillow and control how you're woken up: by vibration, ringtone, or both ($29.99).
  3. Amazon Basics Bluetooth Speaker Studies have shown that listening to music can have a positive impact on your mood. This portable speaker is water-resistant, so you can belt out your favorite songs even in the shower ($14.99).
  4. Kiehl's Turmeric & Cranberry Seed Energizing Radiance Masque Walk into work looking energized. Rich in vitamins and antioxidants, this mask brightens and invigorates fatigued skin ($32).
  5. Meditation Studio App Meditation has been shown to boost happiness and productivity. This app ($3.99) offers more than 200 guided practices from 27 leading experts ($3.99).
  6. Aozora Coffee Press Enjoy the taste of a freshly brewed cup of coffee even on the go. All you need is four minutes and a mug of hot water for that daily jolt of java ($9.58).
  7. Craft Coffee Say goodbye to stale grocery store coffee with this subscription service ($9 to $12 for 12 ounces). Just days after they're roasted, you'll receive a bag of beans on a schedule of your choosing.
  8. Soylent Drink 2.0 They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this nutrition drink makes it easy to get your morning fuel. Each 400-calorie bottle contains 20 percent of your daily nutritional requirements ($34 for 12 bottles).
  9. Nut Find 3 Smart Tracker Stop wasting time looking for lost keys. This little gadget, which stays attached to your keychain or wallet, works with your smartphone to locate misplaced items ($19.99). 10.The Productivity Project We all aspire to be more productive, but Chris Bailey spent a year figuring out how to do it. Play this on your morning commute to learn what the Productivity Project creator discovered after a year of research ($20.99).