They say that an early bird gets the worm… And we couldn’t agree more. Most successful entrepreneurs wake up before the rest of the world does, which gives them a massive advantage over everyone who is still sound asleep or snoozing their alarm for the fifth time that morning.

Wonder what those advantages are? Let’s go through them together.


Do you know what’s the best part of being awake at 5 am? No one else is awake with you. This means that the amount of distractions possible is at its lowest point in the day. Being awake and ready to roll this early will allow you to to focus on specific tasks knock them off your to-do list before other people have even had their morning cup of coffee.

Our best tip is to start the day with some of the more difficult tasks you have to accomplish, particularly those that require uninterrupted attention. With your brain fresh from a night’s worth of restful sleep paired with little to no distractions, you’re bound to get the hard things done quicker and better.


Your willpower is like a muscle; the more you use it throughout the day, the less force you have. You’ll notice that if you keep pushing a task towards the end of the day, chances are you won’t ever do it. That’s because your reserve of willpower has run out.

However, this determination tends to be at its peak during the morning hours, when you are rested and full of energy. Waking up early gives you the possibility to do the bulk of your work at a time when willpower is at its all-time high, which is the early morning.


What would you do if you had 3 or 4 more hours in your day? A lot more, right? Well, we only have 24 hours in a day but waking up early is a way to add more time to your day and get more things done. Essentially, you need to choose between how many hours you want to be sleeping and how many waking hours you need to accomplish everything you need to get done in a day. But waking up early doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll be more tired all the time. Keep reading to find out why.


Waking up early and having an extremely productive day usually means that by the time you’re ready to go to bed, you’re pretty exhausted. And we don’t need to show you any scientific facts for you to believe us when we say there’s no better quality of sleep than when you’re tired from your day. Using your energy the smartest way possible throughout the day will ensure a deeper, more restful sleep.

Hopefully, these advantages of waking up early are enough to convince you to do the same. While it may feel challenging to roll out of bed when your body is telling you to stay below the warm and cozy sheets, having the discipline to do it even when you don’t want to will always pay off in the long run.