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I am taking my iPhone, take a selfie. I am going to the bathroom, to brush my teeth. I drink one glass of water and start preparing the coffee. A few minutes later two other selfies came.
What, who is that? I am an entrepreneur, writer, software developer… all those jobs heavily rely on my productivity. I am a looser, I could not do it, I am nothing…. Last two years, I am trying to become a morning person, struggling all the time. Feeling like shit every time when I fail.
I failed a lot, I failed every time. I tried every fucking technic or advice that I found on the internet. Fuck your morning routing, fuck your evening routine, fuck you and your advice. I made my own routine and maybe, but just maybe, this time I will success.
I wanted it so badly, if Elon Musk can do it, I can do it too. I will learn, I will find out what could work out and I will start doing it. Whatever is the price that I have to pay. I want it, I will do it, there is no other choice. I am willing to pay the price. I read a few hundred articles about productivity, focus, routines, habits… Also, I took some time and read a few books on the same topics. But why 5 AM? Nothing bad could happen in that time.
Also, there are no distractions, no one is on Facebook, no one will call you. You have quite some time to focus on something and to get shit done. You could do it in the evening, but I found out that is hard to have a discipline in that time. In the morning nobody wants to hang out or go out for drinks and most importantly your mind is clear and you are FRESH. Remember, a clear mind is your most powerful tool.
After years of failures, I made a deal with Zoran and Luka. From January 3, , we will wake up and work. We have four weeks to make a habit of waking up at 5 AM. Only four weeks, not more. The fifth week should be exactly 5 Am. Set the alarm at 6 AM, you have 5 minutes to open the window, take a selfie and put it on a slack channel. That is the prove that you actually did it.
If you put the selfie between 10 and 15 minutes after the alarm rings, you are getting a strike. When you have three strikes you must buy a coffee for other two guys. Yea, you slept now pay for it. If you put the selfie after 6: Buy us a coffee. I failed, I was a failure and failed the fourth day… Prove below. Every week we reduce the time for 15 minutes. We are ready and we are unstoppable. What did we learn from it? You just need to have discipline with three things.
Nothing else is important, just follow those basic rules:. Go to sleep early. Only with that positive attitude and right lifestyle, you will not give up.
There is no substance that could help you, the most crucial thing is to not feel like shit. You have to feel good while changing your habits. Emotions and attitude are crucial. Days are days, there is no difference between workdays and weekends, a day is a day, it belongs to you, not anyone else.
It would be harder to apply this habit if you sleep till noon on the weekends. You must be consistent! The best way is to get up around 8 AM. If we consider a rule 2 Live healthy, is alcohol healthy? No, believe me, I tested it. If you drink alcohol a day before especially in the evening you will struggle. You will fucking struggle the next morning. But if you drink alcohol the day before be the man and pay that coffee.
Two of us Zoran and Luka are attending the gym six times every week. Your body should be healthy, you must do something with it. Find your way, but do something, it could be exercising at home. Believe me or not, there are a phases of sleep time. I tried and I can definitely tell you that is quite difficult to wake someone in stage 3 sleep , but relatively easy in stage 1 or REM sleep.
Every phase is around 90 minutes long. You know the moment when you woke up and felt like the train hits you? When you felt like shit? Probably you woke up from the phase 2 or phase 3. Alarms are brutal, they wake us up at the wrong part of the sleep cycle. If you want to wake up at 5AM you have to fall asleep at one of these times:. If you want to have 6h of sleep time, go to bed around You will have 15min to fall asleep and you will wake up refreshed.
You will feel better in the morning with those 4 hours and 30 minutes than with 5 hours. In the beginning, it will be hard for you to find your ideal time but after a few days of testing, you will find it.
But a little motivation and determination is all that is required. Try to turn off all technology at least one hour before sleep time. Read the book, write something, go for a walk.
That means; no mobile phone, no laptop, no movies… I tested it, it really helps, if you can afford it turn it off. A few days in a week I have some obligations in the evening and I came home around 11 PM. It takes me at least half an hour to set up everything and to go to bed. I struggle, I struggle the next morning. I like it and I am using it for almost a year. There are many healthy benefits if you take a cold shower your blood will better run through your body.
That shock of cold water will reset you, will help you to start the day better. I will be honest with you. You will struggle, a few months after you start doing it, you will keep struggling. Believe me, I still struggle. After you take that cold shower, you will feel better, you will feel like there is nothing for the rest of the day that can stop you.
You feel ready to seize the day to its fullest. Maybe these advices are not suitable for you but they are working for me. You will quit like most of the people. Read advices, filter them, try them, find what works for you and be consistent with it. You need to find a routine that you can stick with. Sign in Get started. Get your ass out of bed.
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Personally, I had to drink a ton of coffee when I first started waking up early. I have one simple suggestion for you…. The goal is to find a practice that works for you. I got sick about four months after I first started waking up at 5am. But I was so all or nothing that I just kept waking up at 5am and I could barely even function. If you are super jet-lagged. Or if you just really, really need sleep. Listen to your body.
I used to wake up at 5am everyday of the week including Saturday, Sunday and even holidays. In the last 6 months, I adjusted my schedule so that I gave myself more flexibility on the weekends. I typically just set my alarm so that I get 7 hours of sleep so if I go to sleep at 12am on Friday, I will wake up at 7am on Saturday. I then follow the rest of my morning routine the same way and still have a good start to each day. It gives you time to focus on you so that you can set yourself up for a successful day mentally, physically and emotionally.
Keep that in mind when you are creating your plan. Focus on the good stuff. With these simple guidelines and tools, I was able to go from a person who hated mornings to someone who now looks forward to them. If I could do it, you certainly can. What time do you wake up each morning? How does that work for you?
Let me know in the comments below. Want to get more stuff like this? Get Free Email updates! This is really helpful. I have always hated waking up early sleep is my best friend! I feel pure lazy!
All the negative thoughts and sayings are surly what I say each morning before getting out of bed. Always rushed and never prepared for my morning meetings. I hope these tips can help me out. My normal commute in the morning is between 45 mins and an hour so I already wake up pretty early 6AM. However, I would really like to start walking my dog in the mornings before work which would put me to waking up at 5: I actually really enjoy waking up early. I like to waver between am and 5am to get the day going, but I cannot think of a single friend who also genuinely enjoys it.
I like the feeling of productivity earlier in the day so that, no matter what goes on throughout the day, I can at least say that I got something done.
I also find that meditating right before bed helps ease the body into the relaxation needed to get up early so as to avoid the struggle. I totally agree though, this is something that is rough to go into all at once.
But it does get better. Interesteing, but what is the use of getting up early? I tried for a while but all it did was force me to go to bed early as you get tired already at 8 in the evening if you get up that early. Also I am much more prductive in the evening. So getting up early actually reduced my productivity , I got less done and just got super stressed out about it every night as I was to tired to do my work.
I work in the creative sector so just being up and able to preforme some chore does not help me, I need my brain to function and it has never done that in the morning. So for me, getting up early is counterproductive. Just think about when you are most productive, for people who can be productive at 6 in the morning, getting up early is great. But chances are they are already doing that. I hate it and I hate my life because of it.
All I can do is work. The main focus of my life is getting the motherfucking job done, and going to bed. Been at this shit for 6 years and I hate it. I hate waking up. I do all the things on your list and have such a hard time with this. My dad used to never let us sleep late. He would come in my room at 6: It did not matter what he did the night before, up all night at a fire call as a volunteer firefighter, up late drinking, up late with one of us sick He was up, showered and dressed at 5: One thing I noticed here at Toys R Us is it does not matter how late you work.
If your not in early 8: I wake up at 5am M-F. Although this is by necessity and not a choice I would have made were it not for my long commute, it has turned into something I enjoy. I always feel productive and successful on the days I wake up early. After having a baby who was not a strong sleeper and living exhausted for 5 years on minimal sleep, getting 7 straight hours of sleep feels like winning.
However, I have an accelerated version of what you suggest. I try to use my commuting time for these things. I have read more books in the last 4 months than I have in years. Since having my son I have been forced into getting up earlier than I would like. I have noticed those few mornings I wake before he does, I really enjoy those 10min just sitting and having coffee.
This has yet to happen, but I have been way more productive on theses days. Nature is a miracle. And he is usually done with all his tasks by the afternoon. You make everything seem so simple, I love that! Thank you for inspiring me to do life better! This morning I actually got up before my alarm.
Thanks for posting this, Chris. Perfect timing for your post Chris! Yesterday I decided I was going to get up at 5: Made it for one day — ha! Very smart idea about the furnace timer Virginia! You want to give yourself as many advantages as possible and eliminate as many excuses as possible. One of the many things that makes sense to be about what you wrote is not getting on social media right away.
That is a bad habit I have gotten into and often sets my day off with a negative tone. I get up early partly due to an early start time at work but also I enjoy not being rushed and the quiet.
Or photo editing with fresh eyes on pics I selected for tweaking the night before. Thanks for the reminder to get back on the program! My pleasure Kris — since you already know how good it can be, focus on the benefits as much as you can especially the night before and then just dive back into it! My problem actually was the opposite: A trick to those who are morning zombies is to keep a frozen bottle of water next to your alarm over night, and then drink it when the alarm is ringing.
My time is 5: I love waking up early, it allows me more time instead of rushing. I can spend more time with my kids before sending them to school. Also I can leave for work at a decent time and arrive a little early to start the day instead of plowing through the doors at exactly 8am.
And women need more time to get ready anyhow, this way your not putting on your mascara while driving: I feel much more prepared waking up early. But I do sleep in if need be, just not monday thru friday. Thank you, this was a fantastic read! Especially for someone prone to hitting the snooze button multiple times every morning! I always get up early although some days when I get to sleep late I feel to roll over and go back to sleep, but there is a clock inside that says — it is time to get up.
Thank you for sharing your experiences and results. I am constantly thinking that this is what I really would like. So that I have more time to walk the dog, clean up the dishes, read the morning paper and start my day quietly before the morning-breakfast-packing-lunches-getting-the-kids-to-school-on-time rush starts. Just the one question: I find it challenging that my partner and I have different times of needing to go to bed to.
Anyone care to share their thoughts on that one? This is out of necessity since I hate working out after being at my job all day and my son and I commute into work together and have to be on the road before 7. I actually like early mornings. Thank you for this article… For the first time in my life I have been experiencing recurring restlessness. I get plenty of hours of sleep yet every morning I am waking up so tired.
And I just want to crawl back into bed. And the funny thing is, very early morning is my favorite time of day. It is when I like to go for hikes. But I have not felt I have had the energy lately. It bothers me a lot since I pride myself on abiding to a life-time of healthy habits. But something has shifted within the past 2 months or so.
I am a meditator, have been for 10 years. However in recent years that practice has become less and less regular. I feel that I may to get serious about hitting the cushion again. I have been successfully unsuccessful at waking up early. I want to find some me time and early mornings are the perfect time because my husband and boys are still sleeping. You have given me a more positive perspective to getting up early. I like how you eased into it. Thanks for the great info.
I do wake up very early in the morning since early childhood, and never felt like staying in bed late in the morning — seems tiring to me. This might just be the angle I need to make it work. I wake up currently at 7am during the weekdays. I leave for work mins later. Within this time I get ready, feed my cats and dog, let my dog out for a morning stretch and bathroom break, if i forgot to make my lunch the night before there is that, then off I go.
I have wanted to rise earlier forever because I have constantly be this person in the mornings, and yet I hate being rushed… odd right?! I love your tips about the weekends and the positive thoughts!! The 7hr trick may help me out with this one! Plus positive thinking about when you are going to bed and how much sleep you will get! Trying this for sure! I am someone who will set my phone alarm, just to see it tell me how many hours til it is going to go off… whew!
One thing that helped me was setting two alarms. The first one next to my bed at my wake up time and then another one about 30 seconds later in the bathroom. My body knows now that the second one is coming and starts getting ready.
Plus after turning off the clock in the bathroom I am right there to take a shower and that really wakes me up.
At the end of the shower I do about 10 seconds of cold water to jolt the body. At first I hated it, then I was indifferent, now I kind of like it. I think its because my body knows the day will be different, fun and exciting. Really wanted to be a 5: Thanks for a great post. I get up at 5am every morning since July started. I mix milk for baby calves. But I was thinking right now.
I get to get up at 5am tomorrow wahoo!!! Haha thanks this helped alot. This is a picture of my mornings: So, I guess maybe this is something I should try! Thanks so much for sharing this article Chris, maybe after all, if I really stay focus I will be able to be a morning person!
No offense, but maybe some people are never going to be morning people. My natural sleep cycle is more 10pm-8am. I feel great, ready to do things, I can think and answer questions, and have massive amounts of energy sans caffeine. Your body temperature goes down, but I don't really ever seem to want to go to sleep. The longest stint of night shifts I have done, without day shifts between, was eight weeks.
I was carrying chilled food products. It was a similar journey every night, from Taunton up to Oxford, down to Southampton and then back to Taunton. I felt as if I was permanently in a different time zone.
It affects your head. You feel totally out of sorts coming off nights and then having to live a day life for two days, and then going back on to nights again. I imagine it would have very detrimental effects on you, especially mentally PC. I did this temping job in Oslo in and There were three of us working from 10pm to 8am, making sure that patients were asleep and taking care of them if they needed to get up.
We were just waiting there in case something happened. That made it harder to stay awake. The others brought in their computers or were in front of the TV or reading. They had some sort of activity which occupied them privately. I was a bit miffed, thinking: I was working with guys who had done it for decades. They had their routine. I spent a lot of time on YouTube — I don't know how people survived this job before the internet. You're fine until midnight, even sociable.
And then you become cold. You'd be sitting there at 4am, saying: For me, it was a temporary thing. But looking at my colleagues, the regular staff, they had a routine.
They had done it for 20 or 30 years. I don't think that can be good. You miss out on life; you don't really see people; you are on the outside of society. I'm on the same bus as everyone else, but they're going to work and I'm going home.
They look fresh and I look like I just killed someone. I couldn't do it for long without thinking: I have just changed jobs so as not to work nights.
For 18 months I worked as an engineer on the London Eye — mostly maintenance, fixing things that had broken during the day.
I worked a hour shift, 8pm to 8am. I didn't find it hard to stay awake, but it used to take a week to get back to normal. It doesn't surprise me that there may be long-term health effects. I hope I didn't do it for long enough to matter. I felt very tired. If I got five hours' sleep that would be really good. Sometimes it would be four or less, and often not in one go. I also noticed that my digestion went quite funny.
It was nice to get to see the city at night though. It was quite special on the London Eye. Even the commuting was quite nice in the dark. Going over Waterloo Bridge was lovely.
And I could see my son during the day more. If I had a choice, I wouldn't do nights again. But sometimes you can't pick jobs. It's surreal, that's the only way I can describe it. Working an eight-hour shift from 10pm to 6am is so much more different from eight hours in the day.
I do both throughout the week — post-midnight dining is an integral part of our business — and so my body is in a permanent state of jetlag. At 2am, you get more celebrities; footballers on one table, Made in Chelsea on another. There's also travellers on different time zones and couples on dates. It's always strange because all the signals that normally dictate you leaving a restaurant — catching the last tube, the waiters clearing up — don't apply and the atmosphere can be … interesting.
I do like it, but if you don't plan it properly, not seeing sunlight can have an adverse affect on your personality — it's not normal, is it? It goes against everything our bodies do. I'm more spaced out. You eat too much, the same way you do when you travel, and it can make you feel gross. You're constantly dull-eyed and because I mix it up and it's not routine, my sleeping patterns are entirely random.
My wife works normal hours and I try to cook when I get in so we can at least have breakfast together but even that's hard — I want sausages and mash after a night shift ends at 6am, not eggs or pastries.
I'm currently working on a mission called Gaia, which is a star mapper. Your body should be healthy, you must do something with it.
Find your way, but do something, it could be exercising at home. Believe me or not, there are a phases of sleep time. I tried and I can definitely tell you that is quite difficult to wake someone in stage 3 sleep , but relatively easy in stage 1 or REM sleep. Every phase is around 90 minutes long. You know the moment when you woke up and felt like the train hits you?
When you felt like shit? Probably you woke up from the phase 2 or phase 3. Alarms are brutal, they wake us up at the wrong part of the sleep cycle. If you want to wake up at 5AM you have to fall asleep at one of these times:. If you want to have 6h of sleep time, go to bed around You will have 15min to fall asleep and you will wake up refreshed. You will feel better in the morning with those 4 hours and 30 minutes than with 5 hours.
In the beginning, it will be hard for you to find your ideal time but after a few days of testing, you will find it. But a little motivation and determination is all that is required. Try to turn off all technology at least one hour before sleep time.
Read the book, write something, go for a walk. That means; no mobile phone, no laptop, no movies… I tested it, it really helps, if you can afford it turn it off.
A few days in a week I have some obligations in the evening and I came home around 11 PM. It takes me at least half an hour to set up everything and to go to bed. I struggle, I struggle the next morning. I like it and I am using it for almost a year. There are many healthy benefits if you take a cold shower your blood will better run through your body. That shock of cold water will reset you, will help you to start the day better. I will be honest with you. You will struggle, a few months after you start doing it, you will keep struggling.
Believe me, I still struggle. After you take that cold shower, you will feel better, you will feel like there is nothing for the rest of the day that can stop you.
You feel ready to seize the day to its fullest. Maybe these advices are not suitable for you but they are working for me. You will quit like most of the people. Read advices, filter them, try them, find what works for you and be consistent with it. You need to find a routine that you can stick with.
Fuck your morning routing, fuck your evening routine, fuck you and your If you want to do something extraordinary work on it before 5AM. Just let me sleep, let me get some fucking kip. I watch Iain sleeping, bollock- naked, the white light of early morning drilling holes into Must be about 4 a.m., then? Got a bloody late shift to work tomorrow and all – got to be on good form. OK first off waking up at AM is an excellent decision and yes, there is a bonafide way to do it. It's YOUR time to do whatever the fuck you want. . Work : You can get a chance to work in heaven (environment of morning is like a heaven).