Late risers rejoice: waking up at 5 am isn’t required for a productive day.
Making your bed in the morning is the lowest friction/highest payoff habit you can create that will boost your productivity.
The myth that success only comes to those who bounce out of bed at the crack of dawn is contrary to the rhythms of nature. Even spring doesn’t spring.
Our most challenging habits are often deeply engrained physical habits. Thanks to muscle memory, intentions and willpower aren’t enough to break these habits. They require a stronger force.
No matter where things seem to be stuck, the best way to fix it is to go to the same place: the beginning.
My morning routine helps me stay focused and fight off overwhelm and anxiety.
Becoming aware of which of your hours are more valuable can — and should — impact your decisions about how to spend your time and how to price your services.