I hate getting up early but I love being up early. You can learn how to become an early riser by reading my book. Every copy comes with a full audio version as well as 30 days of email encouragement. Change your life by changing what time you wake up. If I can do it with three kids under five then you can too.

About Andy Traub

Author of Early To Rise Experience, Speaker, Host of the Unofficial Linchpin Podcast, Creator of The Self-Publishing System, Father, Husband, Tennessean.

  • Ellen

    Congrats on making it into the Top Ten Best Sellers in Business Leadership on Amazon!

  • http://www.jmlalonde.com Joseph Lalonde

    Congrats Andy! Hope it does well for you.

  • http://jonstolpe.com Jon Stolpe

    Congrats, Andy!

  • http://CorporateCultureRevolution.com Bob

    Just purchased on Kindle. Looks great Andy!

    Best of all you published on my birthday!

    Congrats!

  • Tim

    Any plans on releasing in iBooks?

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  • http://hermanfamdam.blogspot.com/ Jenny

    Today was my day one of this book, and I sure do appreciate you writing it. As I work to master the 7 decisions in my own life, and as I just read that chapter in Andy’s book…I thought yeah, yeah, yeah. I know it, I’ve always wished I was a morning person, but I’ve never been able to win the fight with my sleepy brain in the morning.

    Today I did. And Tomorrow I will too. Thank you again for this tool.

    I’ve been listening to in the loop on my commute to and from work, and I heard you mention this principle a few times as being such a big one. It’s dripped on me for a few weeks and I finally decided to look for your website and your challenge. I was thrilled to find there was a 30 book, a tangible plan. That’s all I needed. Along with a big cup of coffee.

    Best of luck. I hope this feeds your family well as it feeds others’.

    • http://www.takepermission.com/ Andy Traub

      I like that name “a 30 book”. I’ve got more planned actually. Thanks so much for your encouragement. Keep me posted on your progress via the Facebook group.

  • http://www.MyLegalJoe.com Joe O’Keefe

    Well I made it. Today is Day 30 of the Early To Rise challenge. 

    I had signed up when Andy first set up the original series of emails and followed them for a week or so until I was ‘too busy’.  I even reviewed a preview of the book when Andy was looking for some feedback before he launched his Early To Rise book.  

    But this time, I committed to the challenge.  I started each day by getting up before anyone else in the house, and worked through a morning routine based on reading, writing and silence.  Then my challenge was ‘paused’ for a week or so when we passed the flu around the house. In the past I might have thrown in the towel, but this time I just picked up where I left off.  And even then it wasn’t perfect every day, usually because our baby was up early too.  On those couple of days I enjoyed some one on one time with the baby, instead of feeling frustrated that my morning plan was interrupted. 

    One of things I did each morning was open up Evernote, and write for a few minutes about what I was thinking, what happened the day before, or just reflecting on life.  Nothing too deep, but just a chance to organize my thoughts and get some ideas down on paper.  (This post is the result of writing earlier this morning.) I had not done that before but now I really enjoy the process.  

    I have always wanted to be a morning person.  In the past I’d start by going to bed early one night, getting up the next day early, and then after a productive day, I would stay up too late and ignore my alarm the next morning.  During Andy’s challenge and with his book as a practical and inspring guide, it was different this last 30 days.  Although some days I did stay up later than planned, I still got up early the next morning. 

    Now when I go to bed I look forward to waking up early, and sitting by the fireplace with my coffee, book, and the silence of the house before the family is up.  I plan to keep it up and think that I’m actually becoming a morning person.  

    Thanks for the handbook Andy!

    • http://www.takepermission.com/ Andy Traub

      Thanks so much Joe!

  • http://www.JohnMillea.com John Millea

    Is there any chance you’ll publish a paperback? I would buy it.

    • http://www.takepermission.com/ Andy Traub

      Yup. Coming out next month I hope.

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