But when you rise before everyone else, it creates a time in the day that no one can force their expectations onto you, says Paul website DeJoe , CEO of software company Equire. He rises at 4 a.m. every day and says his early-morning routine leaves him better able to appreciate the tasks at hand and think creatively. Others suggest waking just a half hour earlier than usual to jot down your thoughts and ideas before even getting out of bed. The idea behind this is that in the first moments after waking, your mind is less inhibited and restricting, making it easier to come up with creative ideas. For the next week, I plan to put our advice to the test, and I hope you’ll join me. I intend to wake at 6:30 a.m. instead of my normal rising time, 8:30 a.m., so I can get in a morning workout and arrive at the office by 8:30, well before the masses start pouring in. But what you define as insanely early is up to you.
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