February 6, 2018
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“Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise,” said Ben Franklin. While many famous business men and women seem to adhere to this, it begs the question, “Do you really need to be an early bird to be more successful in life?”
In a research study by BBC, the results showed about a quarter of the people preferred to rise early, while a quarter preferred to stay up late. The middle 50% were somewhere in between.
Interestingly though, the split in early versus late risers seems to show a correlation between left brain (analytical and cooperative) and right brain (imaginative and individualistic) thinkers.
Now, before you go changing your sleep and work patterns, it is important to note that changing your body’s natural patterns can be damaging to cognitive functioning and your general health.
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