This is another “universal” tip that can help you in many situations when you need to learn a new
skill or get a new habit, and it may come to use if you want to learn how to wake up early. Think
of someone among your friends, relatives or just people you know who wakes up early. Talk to them,
ask them how they acquired this habit, what challenges they faced and how they overcame them, what
tools and techniques they use now or used in the past to develop early rising habit. You can even
ask to borrow their alarm clock :)
The mentor can help you not just giving advices or sharing his life experience. He or she might
be the person whom you can ask to
wake up you early. He might be the person who can give you fresh
ideas on how to spend your morning time productively
and what to include into your morning routine.
He might be the person whom you will start copying – by adjusting your schedule and your lifestyle
to his habits and lifestyle, and even copying ordinary habits like what foods does he take, how he
spends free time or what books he reads. Pay special attention to his morning and evening routines.
If one person can learn and train to wake up early, you can do it too. If it’s a live person that
you know and whom you can talk to – your chances to learn the same things by getting help and
guidance from that person will grow significantly. In any situation, try to build up on what other
people already know. It’s a major time saver. Building up on your own experiments and mistakes
sometimes can be fun, but if your goal is productivity and efficiency – do not negate this tip.