Life is a not a one- way street. Everybody cannot be a morning person. Life is rather a mixture of diverse people with different personalities and diverse interests.
It is amazing how some people find it very easy to wake up 4:00am every morning to start their day while some others snooze their alarm and find it difficult to get out of bed.
If you not a morning person, don’t sweat it. What really matters is your overall productivity not the time you wake up.
“Bloom where you’re planted” applies to you here!
The truth is, it’s not about how much you sleep or don’t sleep. It’s what you do while you’re awake that matters.
The reality is that there’s no benefit to being a “morning person” and there’s no right or wrong time to deploy your energy against the things that matter the most. Far too many people focus and waste tons of time and energy on the things that don’t map to what they (or their business) want to accomplish.
Streamline your morning routine.
You hate getting up early, so the obvious solution is to sleep later. How do you do that?
“Take a shower, lay out your clothes, pack your briefcase and make your breakfast and lunch the night before the workday. Taking care of these routines can shave an hour off your morning and score you an extra hour of sleep every night. That can lead to dramatic improvements in a.m. reaction time, alertness, mood and productivity.
Encourage yourself to be more organised.
Have a particular bag , or container for keeping everything. The more organised you are, the more time you save to achieve your daily task.
At night when you are most active, utilise your time and do something productive.
If you try to be a copy cat and follow the early risers then you might be doing your health more harm than good. Some people eventually fall sick or go around grumpy and cranky all day long.
What is the beauty of life, if you are not enjoying your life to the fullest?
Lastly, you are not inferior in anyway, that is just the way you are wired.
As a matter of fact you are rockstar !
Embrace yourself �