How Setting an Earlier Alarm Could Change Your Life

After waking up at 5 a.m. today, mostly because I wanted to get in a morning massage before work, I can relate:

“You may be an entrepreneur and feel entitled to sleep in. And I’m sure you have that right.”

If only I could set my alarm clock at 5 a.m. every morning; I would be able to get a lot more done before 8 a.m. when I usually wake up. What’s stopping me? Maybe I should make waking up early a new thing. I am more motivated in the morning; night time makes me sleepy. The hardest part will be waking up when it’s still dark outside but, then again, that’s what electricity is for.

According to the article, setting an early alarm clock “will set you free to take your business, your mind and your life to places you never dreamed, faster than you ever thought possible.”
That’s where I’m headed.


I wake up when I hear a dog barking and the sun shining too bright into my bedroom windows.

I’m so angry at this dog. Why won’t someone shut this dog up?

Oh, it’s my dog.

Ugh, I feel so tired still. I’m going back to sleep.

Twenty minutes later …

Would someone please shut that dog up?

Where’s my phone? I need to check my Facebook. Oh look, there’s what mom is having for breakfast. Looks good. Here’s a news story I care nothing about. I’ll read it.

I’m so tired.

Twenty minutes later …

I’m so tired. I probably should get up. But I wonder what is new on Twitter? I’ll just check.

Ugh, I’m so tired. I’ll drag myself out of bed now.

Related: 5 Things You’re Doing Wrong Every Morning

Twenty minutes later …

Alright, I’m up. But not really awake.

The myth of the morning…

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