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Getting up Earlier
By Greg Vanden Berge


You will find with a little research that most successful people wake up between four o'clock and six o'clock in the morning. If you don't believe me, start asking people you consider to be successful, what time they get up each morning and when do they go to sleep at night.

If you need more time and you already get up at five o'clock in the morning and go to sleep at 11 o'clock in the evening, it's going to be difficult to squeeze an extra hour into your day. There's a good chance if you fall into this category, you should gather more information on time management, instead of getting up earlier.

Now I mention the person waking up at five o'clock in the morning and going to sleep at 11 o'clock in the evening. This person could always get up at four o'clock in the morning and go to bed at 10 o'clock in the evening. Most people spend their evenings relaxing and this might include watching television, reading, taking late night walks or spending time with their families.

If you're spending three hours each night with your family, you could always choose to spend one night each week working on your goals and that would give you three hours each week. Even if you only spent one hour each week it's better than nothing. Remember to be creative and you will find the time you need.

How bad do you really want to change old habits or create new habits? When someone says they can't get up any earlier in the morning or stay up any later in the evening, they probably can but choose not to. If you sincerely cannot get out of bed any earlier in the morning, can you stay up later.

When changing or creating habits we often need to compromise with other things we do during the day. If you don't feel like getting up any earlier or going to bed later and you don't want to restructure any part of your day or weekends. This doesn't mean anything if you're creative. If you're creative enough you will find a way to accomplish your goals and change your life habits.

Here's a simple story about 15 minutes each day.

 

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