Episode #3 Wake Up Earlier
There’s one thing just about everyone wishes they had: more time. This week, Dr. Tyler Schwanz joins Dr. Michael Brown to talk about a simple and powerful way to make the most of each day.
Rather than continuing that cycle of complaining about not having enough time, I decided to do something about it.Dr. Tyler Schwanz
- It is easier to blame our circumstances for a lack of time than it is to own our choices.
- We will not achieve balance in our lives if we fail to create healthy rhythms.
- Time is not like money because time can never be saved.
- Waking up earlier gives us more time to achieve our goals.
- The snooze button is not a friend, and it is not a reward.
- Mornings matter, and they are often our most precious opportunity for quiet reflection.
- Go to sleep and wake up at the same time seven days a week.
- Invest in an innovative alarm clock that helps you to wake up on the first ring.
- Commit to following a predetermined morning routine even when you don’t feel like it.
In This Episode
Make The Time
One hundred sixty-eight hours is a lot of time. And every single week of our lives, we have the power to choose how that time will be spent. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt reflect on a choice we can all make to ensure we accomplish our most important goals.
Establish A Routine
If asked for a list of exciting words, few of us are likely to include the word routine. Listen in this week as Casey Greenawalt and Dr. Michael Brown unpack a counterintuitive secret to avoiding a mundane existence: creating everyday rhythms and rituals can actually make our days anything but ordinary.
Slow It Down
Faster isn’t always better, and in fact, we are often at our best when we are at our slowest. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Greg Dickerson remind us that our pace is our choice and explore how slowness can actually give us more time.