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from 1208 days ago

When the economy crashed, Hal Elrod lost everything.

“My income dropped,” says Hal, bestselling author of The Miracle Morning. “I was $52,000 in credit card debt, and I lost my house.”

Things were so bad that Hal didn’t want to get out of bed in the morning. “I’d usually hit the snooze button three or four times, wasting the morning,” he says.

But waking up late didn’t give him the energy he needed to turn things around. So Hal decided to become an early bird and wake up at 5 a.m. “I decided if I wanted my life to be different, I had to be willing to do something different first,” he says.

So he set the alarm clock for 5 a.m., and by 6 a.m. his life was already different. “If you nail the first hour, you’re setting yourself up to ...


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