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Early Rising: A Common Habit of Billionaires

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It has been noticed that the billionaires and successful people of the world have a common habit, that they are all early risers and self-disciplined people. These people learn self-discipline, especially by focusing on their health.

Click the following link to listen a fruitful speech on this topic by Pakistan leading trainer, public speaker and business advisor, Sir Mustafa Safdar Baig

The good news is that various researches confirm that being self-disciplined or being organized is not a natural or innate skill but a skill that anyone can learn.

Remember that the more we use the nerves to control ourselves, the stronger they become. When we organize ourselves in a particular field, our willpower begins to grow in every field.

If you are already rich or want to become rich, make it a habit to further improve your leadership performance and personal lifestyle. That habit is the habit of waking up early in the morning.

A Transforming Habit

Remember that the habit of waking up early in the morning for a walk can never fail. The habit of waking up before sunrise is a habit that makes every other habit dramatic and definitely better.

Remember that the results of this habit do not come immediately, because it is not a magic wand, but in just seven weeks you will begin to see positive and amazing results.

Forget who you are, where do u live and what was your past before today? Either you practice this habit before today or not, remember that if you make it a habit to wake up before dawn today, no one will be able to stop you from entering the next stage of success.

So don’t let your limited beliefs, baseless thoughts and lame excuses stop you from experiencing a successful life.

How Iqbal Narrates Early Rising?

Remember that this is a habit that the poet of the East Allama Iqbal did not leave even in the freezing cold of Europe where blood clots in the veins.

This habit first made Iqbal from Iqbal Sialkoti to Iqbal Lahori and then from Iqbal Lahori to the poet of the East Allama Muhammad Iqbal. That is why Iqbal had said in his poetry,

“Although the winter breeze was sharp like a sword

But I didn’t forget to get up before dawn in London”

Remember to get in the habit of waking up before sunrise and just as you breathe. That is, there should be no break in this habit, even if the cold cut is not like a sword, and even if the shadow of slackness on you is not like a dagger.

You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. If you start doing this, this habit will never let you down, get embarrassed, or even upset.

Important Note:

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