.comment-link {margin-left:.6em;}

They'll all fall

Thursday, May 26, 2005

(outlink) How to Become an Early Riser

Just found an article on How to Become an Early Riser.

Basic technique: Always get up at the same time, and only go to bed when you're dead tired.

Now, if it was easy to get up at the same time (and I had no social life), ...


  • If we should only go to sleep when we are dead tired I am going to need a sofa for my office. I always feel revived once I leave work and end up crawling into bed at about 3:00 in the morning. It's a vicious cycle.

    By Blogger Jiffinner, at 9:58 PM  

  • I also tend to do that. Actually, the trick seems to work if I get up at six *every* morning. Saturday. Sunday. Holidays.

    Oh, social life? Nah, no place for social life. Oops. Seems my sleep pattern got downprioritized in favour of having friends ;)

    By Blogger Eek, at 12:37 AM  

  • I find this post useful...

    I can relate to this...


    By Blogger TerreLite, at 7:15 AM  

  • If you cannot use all the hypnosis and NLP links in this blog to program yourself to do something as simple as waking up early, then I guess they're pretty useless, no?

    By Anonymous Noel, at 7:33 AM  

  • Self-programming - including for waking up early - works well for me when I'm in a high resource state.

    When I'm in a low resource state, I don't have enough energy to even run the techniques. I just postpone everything, including getting up in the morning.

    Anyway, NLP and hypnosis techniques should just be one part of a spectrum (in my opinion). Suggestibility under hypnosis is improved somewhat, but - according to the research - only somewhat. So having easy to follow suggestions that actually work even without hypnosis is a good idea even there.

    By Blogger Eek, at 8:53 AM  

  • Perhaps one could try the
    Uberman sleep schedule

    I tried it over my last sumnmer break from work. I admit I didn't last 2 days.


    Seduction Home Page

    By Anonymous Intuit, at 10:45 AM  

Post a Comment

<< Home