Success Secret: Wake Up Earlier

Want to be more productive? Get up earlier!

Want to be more productive? Get up earlier!


Want to maintain your habits? Set your alarm for fifteen minutes earlier in the morning. In this clip from BuffiniTV, Brian Buffini explains why you should start your day earlier.

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“Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.”

–Benjamin Franklin

By now you know that systems are the best way to stay on track and reinforce your habits. For example, the Referral Maker® Marketing System helps to reinforce your habits of sending your monthly marketing flyers and eReports, delivering Pop-Bys, making phone calls to your clients to check in and sending personal notes. These habits become routines that become so ingrained in your day that you’re able to save time, energy and money.

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Your time is precious; use it wisely. One of the best ways to do this is to get up earlier and go to bed earlier. If you’ve every complained that you don’t have enough time in the day to do the things that you want to, like reading that best-selling novel or exercising, get up earlier. You don’t have to go from waking up at 8am to waking up at 4am. Instead, set your alarm for 15 minutes earlier until you hit your target wake up time.

Use your extra 15 minutes wisely—catch up on personal notes, take a walk around the block, do yoga, read, etc. The important thing is to start your day with a routine or process that will help you to reach your goals.

Get more inspiration and strategies for having your best year ever by attending Brian Buffini’s Success Tour 2015. The Success Tour features six stops around North America as well as opportunities to watch the first three sessions live via webstream from your home or office. What are you waiting for? Visit to reserve your spot today.

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