Getting up early is a trait that many successful people share. From famous people in history like Benjamin Franklin to CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, Olympic athletes and artists to entertainers, singers and entrepreneurs like Jack Dorsey (founder of Twitter) and Richard Branson, waking up early in the morning allows them to get a head-start.
The big question is: how do they do it? And most importantly, how can YOU do it too? How can you wake up early and not fill tired, but instead, be energetic, happy and ready for new adventures?
If you ever wondered (or even tried to be an “early riser” and a “morning person”), this training is for you.
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In this video, I’m going to teach you how to wake up early
In my experience, there are three types of people in the world:
- One are the people who are already waking up early. They’re excited, they’re motivated, they’re happy; they’re completely in love with the process.
- Two are the people who think that the first category are completely clinically insane. They don’t want to wake up early. They hate it, they’re night owls, they love their sleep. They think everybody who wakes up early is a little bit insane.
- And then there’s the third category: people who want to become early risers, but they cannot do it, or people who want to wake up early, they’ve tried before, but they’ve failed. I’m going to imply that you’re in the third category. You’re somebody who’s looking to wake up early in the morning
How do you do it? How do you wake up early? And most importantly, how do you wake up early and be excited, be motivated, be energetic? Because anybody can learn how to wake up early. You can get your spouse to throw some cold water on you at 3 in the morning; you’re going to wake up. The problem is not the waking up. The problem is to wake up because you want to, because that’s what makes you happy, because that’s what you want to do. [Continue reading]