Some would say getting an early start on the day is the best way to go. You have the opportunity to get focused early on and tackle the day’s tasks and projects with little to no distractions. Then, when the rest of the world wakes up, you’re already a few hours ahead of the game.
Others profess that tackling the “have to’s” early on in the day allows you to do the “get-to’s” as the day draws to a close. Many people have had the day to allow ideas and strategies to percolate throughout the day and spend the wee hours making those ideas happen. In essence, they’re getting a head start as well – just really late the night (or early morning) beforehand.
Then there’s the ever-present question of when you need to be available to others, such as family, friends and colleagues. That plays into how you tackle your day just as much as anything else.
So, WorkAwesome readers, are you an efficient early riser or do you find you work better as a night owl? We’d love to hear from you!
Popular search terms for this article:
why do i work better at night, why am i more productive at night, Are you an early riser or a night owl, energetic at night, early risers vs night owls, early riser or night owl, more energetic at night, early riser vs night owls, why i am happy i am a night owl but i really want a early riser i desire but cannot