Rise and shine early birds…or not. We know how hard it is for you to get up in the morning especially now that cuddle weather is here. Five more minutes will turn to 30, 30 minutes will turn to two hours, and two hours will turn to…you being late for work or school again.
But we say, GET UP, BRO! The morning sun is good for you—not just Vitamin D good, but career-wise good, too. Early birds are scientifically proven to be more excited to take on and finish tasks as they tend to be more proactive. Your mind is most rested during the morning. Your motivation is at its highest while you're also less distracted. The mind may be most creative at night, but if success is your game, rise early as the mind is most productive in the morning.
What better way to warrant the effects of being a morning person than by taking a look at how some of the world's most successful people start their day. From the late Steve Jobs to Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates, here are their early riser habits worth emulating:
Infographic via Sleepypeople.com