A twenty five hour day isn’t coming any time soon. As long as your feet stay planted on the ground here, twenty four is all you’re going to get. However, with a bit of skill you can squeeze out a couple more hours to add to your day.
Since I’ve become a full-time freelancer, I’ve found one of the hardest things to do is to get up early. Without the threat of being fired, there just hasn’t been a whole lot of motivation to get out of bed in a timely fashion.
I’ve quickly learned that getting up is crucial to success as an entrepreneur. And better yet: waking up early is really just a habit. You don’t need any skill to do it. You just need to wake up consistently to condition your body to the routine. Here are some tips I’ve picked up along the way to ease the process of developing the habit of getting up early.
Most of the time I think we can cruise through life without having any major goals. However, for things that are truly worth accomplishing, specifying the ins and outs of a goal is pretty important. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a few simple steps we can follow to describe how we can approach our goals and ensure we accomplish them?
It’s probably the most important image on your computer, so do it justice… Here are 7 useful ways to take your simple desktop wallpaper to the next level!
A little trick I like to use to make my days much more pleasant is to find little, simple pleasures and sprinkle them throughout my day.
They’re not big things, but they each simple pleasure can translate to a great day if you use them right.
This concept uses the properties of Velcro to make plugs “stick” to the faceplate of a wall socket. By applying the back side of the Velcro to the faceplate, and the front side of the Velcro to the plug’s surface, both items now adhere to each other. In addition, the back side of Velcro is attached to the cable insulation, allowing the user to “fix” the cable to the carpet.