I have several times tried to become an early riser just to gain more time to write, but I’ve never had much success. And then I find this quite serious and at the same time quite weird blog of Steve Pavlina, who experiments with sleeping patterns. He sleeps less and less, but he is more energetic and productive than ever.
How to Become an Early Riser: “Steve Pavlina . com
Personal Development for Smart People
How to Become an Early Riser
May 23rd, 2005 by Steve Pavlina
It is well to be up before daybreak, for such habits contribute to health, wealth, and wisdom.
Are morning people born or made? In my case it was definitely made. In my early 20s, I rarely went to bed before midnight, and I’d almost always sleep in late. I usually didn’t start hitting my stride each day until late afternoon.
But after a while I couldn’t ignore the high correlation between success and rising early, even in my own life. On those rare occasions where I did get up early, I noticed that my productivity was almost always higher, not just in the morning but all throughout the day. And I also noticed a significant feeling of well-being. So being the proactive goal-achiever I was, I set out to become a habitual e”