You know waking up early is a great habit, right? You’ve heard it dozens of times: all successful people get up early.
Tim Cook (4:30 am), Benjamin Franklin (5:00 am), Michelle Obama (4:30 am), Warren Buffett (6:45), the list goes on and on.
But what turned into a nightmare for Bill Murray in Groundhog Day – waking up at 6 am sharp every day that is – seems like a distant dream for you.
(it’s Groundhog Day – again)
What if I told you that there were only 2 steps you have to get right, in order to wake up early every day?
Even more so, that neither of them has anything to do with your morning.
You’d be shocked, right? You’d probably tell me: You’re crazy Nik, and I don’t believe you.