I know that there are few things that divide people as much as whether being a morning person makes you more productive. Let’s assume, for a minute, that you are on the side of get-up-early-and-get-things-done. Even if that’s the case, there’s a pretty good chance your natural inclination is not to crawl out of bed before the sun comes up. That’s understandable, there’s a reason it’s considered a “natural” inclination.
Still, if you want to be more productive and have your mornings to get a head start on your day, becoming a morning person has real value. I’m sure most of us can figure out some way to spend that time.
Fortunately, becoming a morning person isn’t even all that hard–other than the part where you have to wake up and get out of bed. Unfortunately, that part is the entire problem for most people.
I do have a rule, however, and if you follow it, you can become a morning person in less than a week. The rule is simply this: Set two alarms in the morning, three minutes…
This article was written by Jason Aten and originally published on www.inc.com