When discussing the topic of mornings with people, you get passionate responses and beliefs. Morning people tend to procrastinate less and have a proclivity for being proactive. A biology professor who has had some of his work published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology has noticed that, tend to get better grades in school, which gets them into better colleges which then leads to better job opportunities. With that being said, morning people on average tend to be more productive and efficient, especially in a society that is heavily structured around the hours before lunch.
- There are those who believe mornings are meant for productivity and output.
- And then there are those who feel like mornings are meant for sleep and idleness.
- And while there’s a time for both, rarely do you meet successful people who opt for the snooze button over starting the day a few minutes early.
“When discussing the topic of mornings with people, you’ll get passionate responses and beliefs.”