Here’s how to wake up early and not feel tired. Specifically, how to wake up at 5:30 AM and be excited! We all know that waking up early is good, but rarely are we given the formula on how to actually do it.
Jocko Willink who is a very inspirational, ex-navy seal, was the first one who popularized the whole waking up early thing, and he talked about how much self-discipline and motivation it takes. He is a great human being, and he does certainly have a point, but it does not need to like that, if you approach getting up early the right way, you will want to wake up early every single day.
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Why I Started Waking Up at 5:30 AM And How It Changed My Life
How to Change Your Life through Your Sleep Cycle. We keep hearing how early birds are way more productive and successful. We decided to conduct an experiment to find out whether it’s truly helpful or necessary to wake up super early every day. If you want to try to change your sleep cycle and transform your life you can follow some simple tips on how to become an early bird.
-The first couple of days were the worst. I could barely keep my eyes open, and I dreamed about getting back to sleep.
-After the first week, however, I learned an eye-opening truth about myself: mornings are the most productive time of day for me. I started to wake up with a clear mind, a well-rested body, and the ability to immediately concentrate on important tasks and set goals for the following day.
-My new sleeping regime gave me 2 extra hours before I had to leave for work. All the spare time I had opened doors to new possibilities, habits, and hobbies.
-If you’re an introvert and enjoy spending time alone in silence, you’ll definitely have a new level of appreciation for early rises: no kids yelling, no babies crying, no cars honking, and no television noise.
-I had enough time not only to prepare breakfast but to sit down and enjoy it as well. And after that, I’ll never go back to my old “I’ll just grab a snack” ways.
-During this monthlong experiment, I realized that I don’t need to stay in bed for 10–12 hours to get enough sleep. Waking up at 5:30, I feel rested and full of energy to start a new day.
-To become an early riser, open your curtains before going to bed. Withdraw from your phone, tablet, and TV at least an hour before bed if you want to improve the quality of your sleep. If you have trouble falling asleep, try reading in bed or listening to an audiobook.
-Jerry Seinfeld has a big wall calendar, and for every day that he writes new material, he puts a big red “X” on it. He aims to create an unbroken chain of these “X” marks for as long as he can.