We are all creatures of habit. Every single day, we execute a series of behaviors that take us from morning, through noon, and into night.
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Benjamin Franklin -- the original guru of self-control and productivity -- once said, “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” Fast forward to today and rising early is still considered a common quality of highly successful people.
Much has been made of the benefits of being an early riser -- we're told that morning people are more proactive and get better
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The fall semester has been underway for only a few weeks and you're already behind in your work. This was not your intention. You'd planned to hit the ground running. You were going to turn over a new leaf this semester and become the student you knew you could be.