That’s the time I routinely wake up.
…Not because I have to but because the early morning is the best time to get my head in the game and get the things done that are more difficult to do during the day when it seems like everybody wants a piece of me.
- It’s a quieter time of the day.
- Far fewer distractions makes thinking a bit more effortless.
- I get more “on the business”, not “in the business”, work done.
- I’m more in sync with daylight.
- I sleep better at night.
- I’m proactive and less reactive.
- I’m less rushed throughout the day.
- It allows me to do my cardio during the day (then the X3 Bar from home that evening, around 7 PM).
- After about 90 minutes of work in my mobile office, I get to take a short break with some cool morning people at Pete’s Coffee here in town.
I must also mention that I am in bed by 8:30 PM and typically asleep an hour later.
If you want to achieve more success with less stress, consider an early-to-bed, early-to-rise lifestyle combined with good nutrition, intermittent fasting, and daily exercise.
Making enough time for what matters most is crucial to your health, success, and overall well-being.