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Is it better to be an early bird or a night owl?
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There's a reason the old adage goes "the early bird gets the worm." Waking early has long been a noted common thread amongst CEOs and other high-profile emblems of success, including Tim Cook, Oprah Winfrey, and Michelle Obama. There have also been studies that cite the health benefits of early rising, not to mention you can list getting up at dawn as an accomplishment in and of itself (not much beats witnessing a beautiful sunrise on the horizon). While others are snoozing, you're already up and being productive, and that's the edge you need nowadays to get ahead.

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They say the early bird gets the worm, but who really wants the worm and what does that mean anyway? There are 24 hours in the day for everybody—how and when you decide to spend those hours are all up to the individual. Some institutions require 24-hour personnel, say hospitals, police stations, and even your drugstore and late-night pizza joint. Also, a study by evolutionary scientist Satoshi Kanazawa may even point to nocturnal individuals having a higher IQ. And other benefits have been found involving increased creativity and problem-solving capabilities. So again, while others are snoozing, you're also up and being productive, and that's the edge you need nowadays to get ahead. 

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