It Only Takes Five Minutes to Become a Morning Person

Came across this excellent article by HAL ELROD How you start your day sets the context and your mindset for the rest of the day. Yet, most people start the day with procrastination by hitting the snooze button, telling their subconscious that they don’t even have the self-discipline to get out of bed in the morning, let alone do what’s necessary to be happy, healthy and successful. Stand-up comedian Demetri Martin's humorous take on the subject sums it

8 Things My Dad Taught Me About Entrepreneurship and Life | Entrepreneur.com

1. Quit complaining 2. Appreciate what you have 3. Frame and control your message 4. Make time for those you love 5. Give more than you take 6. Wake up early 7. Nurture close relationships 8. Watch your cholesterol and your mind Bonus: Take a nap. We both recently discovered the incredible value of a power nap, although his are a bit longer than mine. Take naps. You will not regret it.   To read the full article, please click the link below....