For most of my life, certainly the past decade, Iâ€™d take twenty-plus minutes to get out of bed after my alarm, often forty minutes or more.
Since November Iâ€™ve gotten out of bed in under sixty seconds, without fail, each day, at 6:15am.
When a mutual friend put me in touch with Lidiya and we talked about cross-posting to each otherâ€™s blogs, I saw her posts on the value of getting up early and thought Iâ€™d share my transformation. I didnâ€™t ease into getting up in a minute. I did it one morning for the first time in my life, found it valuable, and kept doing it since.
This is through a cold, dark New York City winter. I save energy, so that meant getting out from under a warm comforter into an unheated apartment. Totally worth it, which I could only learn from doing it.
They know what to do.
Iâ€™m going to share how.
Read the rest at How I Wake Up in Under One Minute Every Day.
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