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5. Not Waking Up Early

5. Not Waking Up Early

Nobody is asking you to wake up at 4 am. But wake up early enough to hear the birds chirping and the sun rising.

Pray. Meditate. Plan your day. Take a walk. Fill your lungs with the fresh air of the morning.

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