What Actually Happens When You Sleep In

By on February 1, 2018

If you want to become successful, you can’t be sleeping in. It’s that simple. Think of anyone who has become successful, do you think they’re sleeping in? Of course they aren’t!

When you sleep in, you’re telling yourself you don’t want it bad enough. Because if you truly wished to become successful, you wouldn’t be sleeping in.

Success doesn’t come easy. You will only make it harder on yourself by waking up later in the day.

You could counter my argument saying that by sleeping later you can work later in the night. Yes, this is a possibility. But you can’t tell me that when you wake up later in the day that your day isn’t more hectic.

By waking up later, your day will have control over you rather than you having control over your day. You want to show the day whose boss.

I guarantee when you wake up early, your day will change. You’ll realize you have more time than you thought possible. Why is this? Because when you wake up before the rest of the world, there’s nothing to distract you from your work. Your work will have your full attention.

When you wake up at 8 am or 9 am, you probably have texts, emails or calls of people asking you to do something for them. From this, you become anxious and the rest of your day will be shot.

How badly do you want to achieve success? All you have to do is model those who are already successful. If you look at most people who’ve become successful, you’ll notice they get up before the sun. If they’re waking up early, then why aren’t you? I don’t want to hear your excuses because excuses won’t allow you to become successful.

Next time you decide to sleep in, I want you to think of all the people who have doubted you.

 Trevor Oldham

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