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An hour in the morning is worth 2 in the Afternoon.
The difference between creating in the morning and the afternoon.
“An hour in the morning is worth 2 in the Afternoon.” - Lilla Rogers
I write in my journal daily. I find when I write in the morning, I am able to string more complex thoughts together, and might have 3-4 fully formed insights in a single writing session.
But if I write later in the day. I still can fill the pages but the writing is disjointed, I take longer to write. And I have a lower quality of ideas.
That’s enough proof for me of the statement of morning hours being more valuable.
Because this is true for me I make it a point to:
Wake up as early as I can.
Schedule my most challenging work for these hours.
If everyday produces these golden eggs of double value hours, I’m going to make the most of as many of them as I can!