Read Millionaire Fastlane
- May 2, 2017
That's a good step in the right direction.-Woke up at 11:45AM.
This might be holding you back more than you think, going to sleep late. When I started going to bed at 9PM, I figured out that I could actually wake up at around 4AM. Why the hell would I want to do that? I'm not even a morning person! When I work out in the morning (at home with bodyweight exercises, like the Spartans of ancient Greece!) it sets me up to have an energetic day. Waking up that early will have me falling asleep earlier, too. This is in-tune with my circadian clock. I set an alarm clock across the room, when it goes off I get up. I don't hit snooze & go to bed, that doesn't help me get quality sleep at all. Benjamin Franklin and several other famous people effectively worked on 6 hours a sleep a night, I'm making this one of my habits and it has been working well for me.-going to bed now at 12:42AM
That other book I mentioned, "The Miracle Morning" by Hal Elrod is an invaluable book to use to get into good habits and supercharge you for your day. If you need a bodyweight workout book, the best I have found is "You Are Your Own Gym" by Mark Lauren, I've used others which actually led me to injure myself, but Mark Lauren has trained thousands of military personnel including Navy Seals & Army Special Forces Green Berets, and the information contained within his book won't hurt you. It's better than wasting money on a gym membership, and besides, military personnel have been using bodyweight exercises throughout their training for the last 2000 years.
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