Developing a pattern that allows you to sleep a full 6-9 hours each night helps you handle any negativity that’s being thrown your way.
Related: This Is Your Brain on Not Enough Sleep (Infographic)According to Christopher Randler, a biology professor at the University of Education in Heidelberg, Germany, “When it comes to business success, morning people hold the important cards.
Secondly, getting enough rest keeps you energized enough so that you can exercise -- besides waking up earlier gives you the time to squeeze in a workout before you get distracted.
And, when you sleep-in, you tend to skip breakfast, which means when you do get hungry you’re going to crave unhealthier options.
Many studies have linked this trait, proactivity, with better job performance, greater career success, and higher wages.”“Though evening people do have some advantages -- other studies reveal they tend to be smarter and more creative than morning types, have a better sense of humor, and are more outgoing -- they’re out of sync with the typical corporate schedule.”Furthermore, a good night’s rest can make you more productive since it assists with improving your concentration, memory, and solving complex problems.
Related: How I Run 3 Multi-Million-Dollar Companies While Getting 9.25 Hours of Sleep a Night Randler’s work listed above already determined that larks are more active than night owls, but his research also discovered that early-risers tended to be more persistent, cooperative, agreeable, and conscientious.And the “simple” part of that acronym is not to be taken literally.To make a call, they had to hand-write an XML document with an RPC call in the body.These are all positive traits that leaders and successful possess since they make them more likable, disciplined, appreciative, and eager to learn.If you’re a freelancer, small business owner and a parent, like so many of us are, you can’t afford to get sick.My earlier research showed that they tend to get better grades in school, which get them into better colleges, which then lead to better job opportunities.Morning people also anticipate problems and try to minimize them.” Randler added, “ They’re proactive.You’re rushing to take a shower, brush your teeth, grab something to eat and make sure that you have everything you need for the rest of the day. that gives you two hours to not only get ready, but also catch-up on emails, the news, or work on a pet project.Most importantly, it makes your mornings less stressful, which in turn, will make your days less stressful.Related: Here's What Happened When I Replaced My Breakfast and Coffee With Soylent ' Coffiest' for a Week Here’s two scenarios.You have to be out of the door by 8 a.m., and you sleep-in until a.m.