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The early bird catches the worm. And, there is some truth to that. I used to think that if someone slept in — they were the worst slacker in the world. But — if we allow for differences in human beings — this may not always be true. Not everyone is an early riser. The reason for this is due to genetics. So, instead of fighting against yourself, own up to being a night owl. When you do, you might discover your productivity will get a boost. Neil Stanley. The reason? However, researchers from the University of Liege in Belgium beg to differ.
What does that mean? Night owls were found to be more mentally alert for longer periods of time after waking. According to one study , night bored actually have an energy burst in the evening. More interestingly?
It occurs naturally. Essentially, this means that night owls get a second wind. A study conducted at the London School of Economics and Political Science shows that night owls are more intelligent. Researchers from the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan found that night people are more creative thinkers.
Sometimes creativity is your best problem-solving tool. But, does this still hold water? Well, there are plenty of night owls who have thrived. For instance, if your peak productivity hours are between 5 pm and 8 pm, everyone else has probably left the office for the day.
What if you work remotely? Again, the typical workday is over for most people, meaning fewer obstacles interfere with your flow. Did you know that night owls are prone to risk-taking? The University of Chicago states that this is probably because of evolutionary strategies for finding mates. I have a family friend who is a headhunter. His main responsibility? Wining and dining talent and high-profile clients. He has the energy and stamina to book a late dinner and then showoff the town afterward.
In fact, this is a common trait for night owls. While morning birds are winding down or fast asleep, they have more opportunities to socialize after work. No wonder night owls have larger night owls. Think about it. But what if you need to change-up your schedule? It turns out that night birds might be better able to adapt. Editor-in-Chief at Calendar. Former Editor-in-Chief and writer at Startup Grind. Freelance editor at Entrepreneur. Deanna loves to help build startups, and guide them to discover the business value of their online content and social media marketing.
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