“Morning is when I am awake, and there is dawn in me.”

Henry David Thoreau, 19th Century American naturalist, writer, philosopher

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I’m an early to bed and early to rise kind of guy—try as I might over the years to play with my circadian rhythm, this way of living just works best for me.

Mornings always seem to begin with boundless potential, and I love the idea of getting a head start on things well before most people hit their snooze alarm for the first time.


What is your relationship with mornings?

How can the dawn of a new day spark your engagement and efforts to make it a great one?

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  1. I am a light sleeper and am not and never have been a ‘morning person’. I worked the night shift (10:00 PM to 10:00 AM) for a large portion of my thirty-nine-year career and my circadian rhythms still haven’t synced, even after three years of retirement. My wife has learned to give me my space for at least thirty minutes after I awaken in the morning, which is around 08:30 AM.

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