Getting higher quality sleep will significantly affect your productivity throughout the next day. Many people don’t get the full recommended eight hours of sleep every night because they’re hustling to build their business. Yet they’re still able to have high productivity levels.
The key is that they maximize the benefits from the few hours of sleep they do get. You can get the same results by applying the tips below.
Use bedtime affirmations.
This is a secret weapon that most people don’t know about. I learned about this tip from Hal Elrod in The Miracle Morning book. You can use the power of affirmation to set your mind up for the best sleep, even if it’s just for a few hours.
For example, you could say, “I’m going to wake up at (insert whatever time you’re going to wake up), and that will be more than enough sleep to get me up and running.” Priming your subconscious mind to get the most out of the time available to sleep is a great way to wake up happy and productive.