MOST PRODUCTIVE TIME: EARLY BIRDS VS NIGHT OWLS

Human beings are running an inner 24-hour’ clock,’ which is why everyone sleeps, wakes and every day experiences alertness peaks and valleys. The times may differ, but the cycle is universal. The “night owls” do their best late in the night, and the “early birds” do the best in early hours.

Morning is not for all! Some people say in the early morning hours that they are most innovative or successful, while others are doing better in the night. But it is no secret that leaders tend to get up before dawn and start their day more efficiently and have a routine that can help them through the day. While studies show that people at night can be more creative and even smarter sometimes than people at day, there is a significant explanation of why the early bird gets the worm. Maybe it’s just our modern society. It’s always been proven that early risers are the most effective men. You probably know some tricks to success while checking on your window for early morning jogging when you’re still in your pyjamas.

Making yourself up early is one routine successful people share. In the early morning hours, they feel most productive, partly because there are fewer distractions. Certain things in common with “early worms” are efficiency, flexibility, more resources, a greater sense of accomplishment, an atmosphere without interruption, more family time and a capacity to keep ahead.

Women surveyed are more likely to be early risers than men (48.4% of the females vs. 39.7% of the males). People who described themselves as “morning people” would also have less chance of sleeping for more than eight hours. The ‘morning’ people it saw tend to be more persistent and less likely to be tired, frustrated and troubled.

Your attitude towards the sunrise can not be changed. Here are a couple of reasons:-

  1. Fewer distractions in the morning
  2. Exercise will pump your blood
  3. Setting your goals
  4. More productive work
  5. Happier
  6. Healthier

There is a reason why the majority of millionaire wake up 5 a.m. Having a good morning routine will make the day a successful start and the energy lasts all day long. Don’t feel too guilty if you even can’t just look like getting out of bed in the morning. You can only be a normal owl of the night. Research has found that about 10 % of people are early birds, while about 20% are owls during the night. A chronotype that is called, it can turn out that every morning you press the snooze button.

Then there are the luminaries that fall in their bedding habits and night rituals somewhere in the middle, the people that drop in a little more like ourselves. Some famous people sleep for 8 hours. Others pick over the little they can, depending on the working day and the potential docket. One thing we have in common is that we love to watch their days and nights. We ‘re very happy about it!

When it comes to productivity divisions between Night Owls and Early Birds, the night workers are put at a great disadvantage by stereotyping. Their nocturnal habits are said to be undermining their productivity and have long been viewed as bad choices. Well, with the emerging culture of the “Online World,” which is a major field of passionate night owls, there have recently been several studies showing the people who live in an entirely different light when it is dark. Early birds are constantly diminishing their energy during the day and do not burst into the morning after awakening. This is solely due to people who have an active nightlife. Night owls have a peak of strength that happens naturally in the evening and feel relaxed and ready to go.

Here are a couple of reasons:-

  1. Unique energy explodes in evening
  2. Often more successful
  3. More intelligent statistically
  4. Better study
  5. Better friendship and relationships
  6. Better focus after long hours
  7. A flexible pattern of sleep

Everything else you learn, it’s the best time of the day to be successful, you have to take action to make it easy. It doesn’t always mean that great people continue their day exactly at 3:30 am. If you don’t get up early, it’s best to have your own time to keep your output consistent. 

There is nothing wrong that you can not be as consistent throughout the day as you are at night and vice versa.

 

It’s partially true that the stereotype that we can do our very best if we can sacrifice something. The idea is to have the same working time every day so you can work beyond complacency — because continuity is then part of complacency.

This is a mere coincidence that it occurs late in the night — or early in the morning.