Level-up your Mornings with 5AM Club and Productivity
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Robin Sharma's bestselling book 'The 5 am club', has inspired thousands of people to control their lives and habits by waking up early. 

In 'The 5 am club,' Sharma outlines the benefits of starting your day early and gaining more control over your habits. If you've never woken up early before but would like to try, you're probably wondering how to wake up at 5 am and still get enough sleep or how to feel well-rested while still being productive. Here are the best tips to begin waking up at 5 am to optimise your day without losing out on sleep. 

Start your day with a routine.

Getting up at 5 am can seem challenging, so the best thing to do is start with a morning routine. Having a morning routine will make waking up feel more like an automated habit, meaning that you'll be able to start your day without thinking about it. Automating this habit gives you more mental energy for accomplishing your tasks for the day. A morning routine doesn't have to be complicated. You can start your day with something as simple as a coffee, and some light stretches before getting down to work. 

Prepare for your day the night before

Starting your day early means ideally knowing all the things you have to do the night before. The best thing to do is make a to-do list or plan what you want to achieve. Setting out your goals the day before will help remind you why you want to wake up early, and having an exact reason why is the best way to stay motivated and hold yourself accountable. 

Have a bedtime and stick to it

Of course, you aren't going to benefit from waking up early without getting the sleep you need to function at your best.To do this, you're going to have to prioritise going to bed earlier. This means making sure that any social plans wrap up early enough on weekdays so that you have time to go to bed and be well-rested. Pick a bedtime that allows you to get enough sleep and stick to it. For example, if you need 7 hours of sleep a night, you should be asleep by 10 pm. Over time, this will become a more comfortable habit to stick to, but you will need to be diligent about your bedtime hours when you first start waking up early. 

Conclusion

Waking up as early as 5 am can seem intimidating, but the benefits are worth it if you stick with it. It might be difficult at first, but once you put in the effort to automate the habit, it will become second nature. Practice a morning routine you can do every day and plan your to-do list the night before. A morning routine helps create the habit, and preparation the night before gives you a purpose to wake early. Finally, the most important thing is to make sure you're getting enough sleep by going to bed early enough. Waking up at 5am can be done if you’re determined and prepare in advance. Go to sleep earlier, and prepare a to-do list and morning routine to jump start your day and then take on the world. 

Have you successfully managed to wake up at 5am? What do you love about early mornings? Share you ideas down below.

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