What’s common between Oprah, Robin Sharma, Deepak Chopra, Tony Robbins, and Bill Gates? They epitomize success. They are passionate about their work and are high on energy, but what’s uniquely common between them is that they are all members of the 5 AM Club. All of them start their day early. After knowing the benefits of joining the 5 AM Club many high-performing CEOs, which include executives like Founder of Virgin Richard Branson, Pepsi CEO Indira Nooyi, Apple CEO Tim Cook, and Disney CEO Robert Iger, have become members of the 5 AM Club.
When I see a common pattern between successful people I want to replicate the same pattern in my life, and getting up at 5 AM is one of the practices that has changed my life. When I wake up uber-early I have my day, my way.
Here are a few strategies that can help you join the 5 AM Success Club:
The question that strikes us when we think of waking up at 5 AM is “What do I do after waking up at 5 AM?” In his book The Miracle Morning, Hal Elrod shares 6 things you could do when you wake up to recharge yourself, presented in the acronym S.A.V.E.R.S.
Oh! It’s 5:38 AM and it’s time for me to meditate, have a good time! Happy reading!