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Today's successful people wake up earlier than expected -- WELLDONE

  • Author:Lisa Li
  • Release on :2019-11-11
Today's successful people wake up earlierthan expected

1.Apple CEO Tim wakes up at 3:45 a.m. andstarts his day by checking email

The tech giant has long been known forgetting up. According to Time magazine, "He wakes up at 3:45 every morning("Yes, every morning"), spends an hour emailing, grabbing the lazypeople on the East Coast outside the three time zones; then going to the gymStarbucks (continue to email) and then go to work. 'In fact, when you love whatyou do, you don't think it's work. That's your business. That's the good luck Ifound myself.

2.Michelle Obama starts exercising at 4:30 a.m.

Many people know US President Obama getslittle sleep, but the first lady is far better. She once told talk show hostoprah winfrey that she wakes up at 4:30 and exercises before her children wakeup."If I don't exercise, I'll feel sick and depressed."She said itwas easier to carry out the agenda in the White House, where she "got alot more support than the average person

3.AOL CEO Tim Armstrong starts the day at 5a.m., but try not to send too many emails in the morning.

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The former Google executive told TheGuardian that he "doesn't get much sleep", waking up at 5am or 5.15amto exercise, read, tinker with websites and spend time with his seconddaughter, an early riser.Armstrong also said he would not start sending emailsuntil after 7 p.m

4. GE CEO Jeff Immelt wakes up at 5:30 a.m.to work out.

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Immelt told Fortune that he gets up at 5:30a.m. for cardio, reading the newspaper and watching CNBC on cable.He says hehas been working more than 100 hours a week for 24 years.

5.  BobIger, Disney's CEO, wakes up at 4:30 a.m. to think without interruption.

"It's a time of day that I can be veryproductive without too many distractions," he says.I ride my bike twice aweek, do cardio, work out with a trainer, lift weights, it's a good time tothink, and I believe that exercise relieves stress and helps build endurance,which you absolutely need to do."Harvard business school professor andformer Medtronic CEO Bill George analyzed how mindfulness exercises like igercan help leaders become more creative and open.

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