Two major benefits of waking up early

When you exercise in the morning, you’re less likely to have an excuse. Plus, you’ll find that your morning workout will keep you energized all day long.

Most successful people report that they’re up at 5 am, or even earlier. Early risers tend to be more productive for a variety of reasons.

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  • Early morning hours are so peaceful and quiet
  • Rise early and you actually have time for breakfast.
  • Easier to exercise. Exercising right after work is liable to be canceled because of other things that come up.
  • Productivity. You can get much more done by starting on my work in the morning.
  • Commute early, and the traffic is much lighter, and you get to work faster, and thus save yourself more time.
  • It’s much easier to make those early appointments on time if you get up early. 

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Early Birds are 15% of the population

About 1 in 2 people have relatively “normal” sleeping habits; they function most optimally when they don’t stay up too late or wake up too early and stick to a consistent sleep schedule. 

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You don't have to get up at 4 a.m. to be successful: 5 CEOs who wake up after 10 a.m.

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Get on a sleep schedule

Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day is a must if you want to get on a good sleep schedule and train yourself to wake up early.

Stick to your sleep schedule every day, including your days off, and your body will eventually begin waking up naturally.

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Can't Wake Up: 8 Tips to Train Yourself to Wake Up in the Morning

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