Today we are talking about getting up early – a polarizing topic and one that we’ve discussed a lot with our community lately. Thanh and Mike share 8 strategies for getting up early, finding the motivation to get up earlier, and things you should avoid when you do get up ahead of the sun.
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- Why you should consider becoming a morning person
- Why the most successful CEOs all get up early
- Why getting up early can be very beneficial and the science behind it
- The increases in willpower you will have when you start to get up earlier
- Why each hour is not worth the same and how to leverage “time arbitrage”
- Practical tips for to help you transition into waking up earlier regardless of your chronotype
- How to figure out how much sleep you actually need (it’s probably more than you think)
- The importance of “eating your frog” and how it can set your entire day up for success
- How to craft your own morning routine
- How to get over the fact that it’s still dark outside and dominate your day
- Why making a schedule and to-do list the night before will allow you to hit the ground running int he morning
- How the motivation behind getting up earlier and knowing why you want to get up earlier will help make it sticky
- Things you should avoid when you do start waking up early
- The 3 Things You Need to Maximize Your Productivity (TPS121)
- “What time do top CEOs wake up?” Guardian article
- The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure
- Eat That Frog!
- f.lux app
- Morning Ritual Starter Kit
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