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Apple CEO Tim Cook wakes up every day at 3:45 a.m. I tried doing it for a week, and it made me shockingly productive.
Starting the day ludicrously early seems to be a badge of honor for CEOs like Apple's Tim Cook. Now I understand why they do it.
We give our child at least half an hour of playtime before school, and it’s made all our mornings better
Children thrive on routine, which is why my family gives our 5-and-a-half-year-old son at least 30 minutes of playtime before school.
As a New Year's resolution last year, I decided to limit myself to just two evening plans a week. It wasn't easy, but it has taught me something.
Being happy doesn't require overhauling your lifestyle. Try these tweaks to your daily schedule to be a healthier and more productive person.
A CEO who sold her beauty company for $210 million wakes up every day at 6 a.m. without an alarm, walks 4 miles, and spends up to 3 hours working from...
Marla Malcolm Beck, the cofounder and CEO of beauty-store chain Bluemercury, has a jam-packed morning routine.
We often try to mold our lives by creating five-year plans or devising perfect morning routines. But, according to a variety of experts and writers, we should discard the idea that we can design our lives. Keep reading to find out why so many five-year plans are flawed by design.
A retired Navy SEAL commander does 2 things every night before bed so he can attack the next day the minute he wakes up
Jocko Willink learned the importance of discipline in the SEALs, and it's something he carries with him to the very end of the day.
We got executives — including startup founders and CEOs — to tell us about their bedtime routines. Many say they read books or articles before going to sleep.
I woke up before dawn to work out with former Navy SEALs Jocko Willink and Leif Babin, and the experience taught me about discipline.
A happiness expert says being happier on a daily basis could be as simple as trying a new lunch spot
Bestselling author Gretchen Rubin says novelty and challenge tend to make people happier — and that might simply mean going to a different lunch spot tomorrow.