Why You Should Start Your Day at 9PM

We’ve all done it. You set the alarm for 6:00 AM with grand aspirations to get up and workout like a Navy Seal before eating a healthy breakfast and cracking on with your day.

Then the alarm goes off, it’s dark and cold outside, you’re tired – and those good intentions simply evaporate.

Recognize the pattern?

How could you improve the situation?

What if you woke up feeling better because you’ve had enough sleep?

This is why I think that the morning routine doesn’t start at 6:00AM; it actually starts the night before with the steps you take before you go to bed.

The single biggest productivity improvement I have made this year is moving my phone charger downstairs. This means that when I head upstairs to bed at around 9.30pm, I leave my phone downstairs. I deliberately cut myself off from the distractions of late night emails and the noise of social media.

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