I’m sure you’ve read those articles sharing the morning habits of successful people and it seems they all get up at 5am each day and do heaps of useful stuff before the rest of the world emerges from their beds.
But I’m not here today to tell you it’s time to start setting the alarm for 5am. No, I’m here to make the distinction between getting up early, and getting up earlier than you have to.
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