The 5am Club, or how a happy morning can change everything

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Can a 5 a.m. wake-up call change your life for the better? Robin Sharma in his book “The 5am Club” shows that it is possible!

Robin Sharma, bestselling author of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, is one of the world’s most popular personal development mentors with 15 million books sold. His advice is used by major companies like NASA, Microsoft, FedEx and Nike. This time, in his book “The 5 am Club”, which was published in Poland on 19 May by Kompania Mediowa, he shares with the readers his own methods for a better start of the day, which he developed during many years of working with various successful people

“Winning begins at dawn”

Most of us have a nervous reaction at the very thought of getting up early. However, it turns out that waking up in the morning with the sunrise can have amazing effects. Not only does it help you start your day better, but it also has a positive effect on other aspects of your life. It is thanks to the habit of getting up early that many people started to be successful. In his book, R. Sharma encourages his readers to get up at the crack of dawn and use this time for personal development, physical activity or any other creative activity. According to the author, with this morning routine, you can find the peace you crave, improve your productivity and concentration, and maintain balance in your personal and professional life. It’s also a chance to find extra time to pursue all your dreams

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