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Episode 095 – 9 Empower Benefits of Being an Early Bird
In this episode, Digital Mitthyl shares 9 Empower Benefits of Being an Early Bird.
9 Empower Benefits of Being an Early Bird
Are you an early bird? If so, good for you! If you’re not, you might want to consider trying out a new schedule. There are a lot of advantages to being an early riser.
Studies show that early birds are more productive and healthier.
It’s a great way to live. All you have to do is get up a couple of hours earlier. The benefits are worth the momentary discomfort each morning.
Still not convinced? Read on.
See why the early bird really does get the worm:
1. It’s healthier.
It’s been found that the sleep patterns of those that get up early are healthier. You might live longer by being an early bird. Spending less money on medical care is another bonus.
2. It’s more natural.
Most animals are active during daylight hours and asleep while it’s dark. We don’t see well in the dark, so we’re clearly not designed to be active at night.
3. You’ll be thinner.
On the average, early birds are leaner than night owls. Maybe it’s the late-night snacking that many night owls like to do.
4. You’re more focused.
There are fewer distractions early in the morning. You can get more done by having a greater level of focus. There’s no one around to intrude on your time.
5. You’re in good company.
The majority of highly successful people are early birds. You might become more successful if you wake up earlier and get started on your day.
6. You can enjoy the morning.
When you have a few hours before you need to leave for work, you can take your time and enjoy the morning. See the sunrise. Listen to the birds. Enjoy a cup of coffee without being rushed. Relax while everyone else is rushing to get ready for work.
7. You get more accomplished.
You could use the extra time to learn the guitar, read, write, exercise, journal, or get started on your work for the day. Studies show that early risers are significantly more productive.
- Most people don’t accomplish much after 6:00pm, so early risers have a day that is effectively longer. The night owls might spend as many hours awake, but more of their hours are spent on less productive activities. The early birds are sleeping while the night owls are playing.
8. You build willpower.
It’s not easy to get up when you know you have time to sleep for another hour or three. It can be a bit of a challenge to get up earlier than necessary each day. However, the willpower you develop can be applied to other aspects of your life.
9. You’re more confident.
Knowing that you have a big head start on most of the rest of the people in the world can make you feel a little smug. You can be a couple of hours ahead of your coworkers while they’re still brushing their teeth.
Some of those coworkers will likely be working for you someday soon.
If you’re not someone that naturally likes to get up in the morning, there’s still hope. The key is to alter your bedtime and wake-up time a little at a time. Fifteen minutes each day is doable and sustainable. Or you could adjust by 15 minutes and keep that schedule for a week. The next week, add another 15 minutes. And so on.
Shifting your schedule to a couple of hours earlier will change your life in so many positive ways.
Consider how you spend the last two hours of your evening with your current schedule. Those hours might be fun, but they’re probably not productive. Imagine adding two hours of productivity, enjoyment, and reflection into each day of your life.
There are so many advantages to being an early riser that it would likely benefit you to at least give it a try. Avoid assuming that it would never work for you. You might be pleasantly surprised!
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