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Don't Let the Sun Spot You in Bed: the Link between Waking Early and Success

>> Jan 20, 2013

There's an intriguing similar quality among some of the world's most successful people — they resist that all-powerful urge to hit the snooze button. It's this discipline to get up, get the blood flowing and start working, while the majority of the time zone is still sound-asleep, that places the successful a cut above the rest.
The first step to becoming the ultra-successful businessman that you have dreamed up is rising early. There is something to be said about the peaceful, serene elements of the early morning — it could become your favorite time of day. So many dread the morning rise and start their day's off very stressfully. The following benefits are the consequences of waking up early.

Circadian Rhythm
Waking up with the sun is the most natural and sensible time to rise. Matching your circadian rhythm will offer more restorative sleep. Disney CEO, Robert Iger, Go Daddy founder, Bob Parsons, and Founding Father Benjamin Franklin all followed the latter's legendary maxim: “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” Many corporate leaders rise before 5:30 a.m. because the extra time presents opportunities for self-improvement and to accomplish extraneous work. It would make sense that a businessman like Parsons would never miss the opportunity to get those extra morning hours to prepare for a day of success.

Feeling too drained for physical activity after work? Set the alarm clock to ring an hour or more before the usual wakeup call. Set out for a jog, jump some rope or lift some weights. Whatever you choose to do, the idea is to get the blood pumping early and your body prepared for the day ahead. There is an inextricable link between body and mind; jolt your body into activity and the mind will soon follow.

Make a Royal Breakfast
Fuel yourself for the morning grind with a large meal of your favorite food. It's easier to rise with the sun when you're anticipating a hot-and-hearty skillet of eggs, potatoes and sausage, or a stack of fluffy pancakes. Take a multivitamin, as well, to ensure your body receives all the essential nutrients.

Forbes states that studies show early risers are optimistic, agreeable, satisfied and conscientious. Perhaps it's the lack of stressful rushing before work that attributes to these positive traits. The morning also provides an opportunity for contemplation, writing down daily goals and introspective meditation to place your mind in a serene state to deflect the inevitable stresses of the coming day.

Imagine not having to participate in the nine to five parade each morning in the endless bumper-to-bumper traffic. Not only would you get to work earlier, the stress of navigating through a mass of vehicles would be thoroughly eliminated. Cruise quickly to work while the late risers still slumber.

Working in quiet solitude before any coworkers start jabbering and click-clacking at their keyboards is a productive way to begin work each morning. Collect your thoughts in a silent space, let the ideas flow and find yourself exceeding the amount of work you used to accomplish.

Taking care of business affairs earlier in the day grants you more time with family in the evening. Anyone who finds themselves crunched for time wants more of that precious time to spend with family. Achieving extra work in the morning will strengthen familial bonds with your children and husband or wife.

2 komentar:

BlogS of Hariyanto January 20, 2013 at 9:08 PM  

bangun pagi dengan rasa optimis saat mentari menyapa membuat kehidupan jadi lebih hidup dan bersemangat :)

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