Every successful individuals I’ve come to know about, they often are people who start their day early and do things when everyone else’s are still in bed. We all have our fair equal share of 24-hours’ time a day but far too often, I have heard of people wishing they could have more.
But these successful people who realised that they needed more time, find time instead.
Waking up early gives you that extra hour. There’s a saying that goes “The Early Bird Catches The Worm”. Some of us are naturally early risers but I have known of some folks that finds it extremely difficult to do so. I fall in between but regardless of where I am at, I personally find being an early riser has its many advantage.
Here’s a tip. Have a strong reason to WHY you needed to get up early instead of forcing your willpower at it. Willpower brings you only to a certain extent but a strong WHY you needed to, pushes you forward and gives you that extra reason to pursue and continue.
You, waking up early could be because you needed to exercise but why would you need to? Because you yearn to build a better and fitter physique.
You, waking up early could be because you wanted to read. Why? Because you’ll know that the time you take to invest in your reading gives you the knowledge you’ll need to excel.
Whatever it takes, give it a strong reason to why you needed to do it. It’s never about just waking up early. It’s about knowing that you’re going to make a difference with that extra time and hour you’ll be getting.
That adds up. The more you’ll be doing, the easier it’ll be for you. Research says that it takes only 21 days for you to form a new habit. So if you do it consistently, waking up early and investing on yourself, gradually it becomes a habit.
So don’t just wish that you’ll have more time. Find time instead.
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