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Those among us who have managed to find professional success and eke out a life actively embrace this philosophy. They must set aside their first hours of the day to invest in their top-priority activities before other people's priorities come rushing in.

Science supports this strategy. Diets, he says, come undone in the evening, just as poor self-control and lapses in decision making often come later in the day.

On the other hand, early mornings offer a fresh supply of willpower, and people tend to be more optimistic and ready to tackle challenging tasks. So what do successful executives and entrepreneurs do when they are rested and fresh? Successful people know that time is a precious commodity.

And while theirs is easily eaten up by phone calls, meetings, and sudden crises once they've gotten to the office, the morning hours are under their control. That's why many of them rise before the sun, squeezing out as much time as they can to do with as they please. In a poll of 20 executives cited by Vanderkam, 90 percent said they wake up before 6 a. The top morning activity of the rich and powerful seems to be exercise, be it lifting weights at home or going to the gym.

Beyond the fact that exercising in the morning means they can't later run out of time, Vanderkam says a pre-breakfast workout helps reduce stress later in the day, counteracts the effects of high-fat diet, and improves sleep. The quiet hours of the morning can be the ideal time to focus on an important work project without being interrupted.

What's more, spending time on it at the beginning of the day ensures that it gets your attention before others--kids, employees, bosses--use it up. Vanderkam uses the example of a business strategist who dealt with so many ad hoc meetings and interruptions throughout the day that she felt she couldn't get anything done.

She started thinking of the early mornings as project time, and chose a top-priority project each day to focus on. Sure enough, not a single colleague dropped in on her at 6: She could finally concentrate. That's why many successful people put in an hour or so on their personal projects before they officially start their days.

Carving out the time in the morning to write, and making it a habit, meant she would actually follow through. Vanderkam cites one study of young professors that showed that writing a little bit every day rather than in intense bursts made them more likely to get tenure.

We may exalt the family dinner, but there's nothing that says you have to have a big family meal at night, says Vanderkam. Some successful people use the mornings to invest in family time, whether reading stories to the kids or cooking a big breakfast together.

She helps her get dressed, make the bed, and occasionally they work on art projects together. They also make breakfast and sit around the table and chat about what's going on. She calls those 45 minutes "the most precious time I have in a day. In the evening, it's more likely you'll be tired from the day's activities, and time can easily be wasted with dinner preparations and zoning out in front of the TV.

That's why many successful people make connecting with their partners a morning ritual. Besides, as Vanderkam wonders, what could be better than pre-dawn sex to energize you for the day? Even if they're not getting frisky every morning, many couples use the early hours to talk.

They spend the hour-plus trip discussing their lives, finances, household to-do lists, and plans for the week. Especially if you like to make it home for dinner, the mornings can be a great time to meet with people for coffee or breakfast. Plus, networking breakfasts are less disruptive than midday lunches and more work-oriented than boozy cocktail parties, Vanderkam notes.

Most days, he wakes at 5: Type-A personalities typically demand as much from others as they do from themselves, so it can be difficult for them to disconnect from their mental to-do lists and calm their minds.

Before they head out the door, many successful people devote themselves to a spiritual practice such as meditation or prayer to center themselves for the rush of the day.

Manisha Thakor, a financial adviser and former corporate executive, practices Transcendental Meditation to clear her mind. She does two minute sessions a day, the first before breakfast and the second in the evening, and focuses on breathing and repeating a mantra in her head. She's found it to be "one of the most life-enhancing practices" she's ever experienced, she told Vanderkam. Expressing gratitude is another great way to center yourself and get the proper perspective before heading to the office.

Writing down the people, places, and opportunities that you're grateful for takes just a few minutes but can make a real difference in your outlook. It "allows me to not only get more done during the day, but to also feel better throughout the entire day, to be a happier person, to be a more content person," he said. Planning the day, week, or month ahead is an important time-management tool to keep you on track when you're in the thick of it.

Using the mornings to do big-picture thinking helps you prioritize and set the trajectory of the day. One banking exec turned teacher told Vanderkam she wakes at 5 a. She said this ritual makes her days more manageable and effective. While time-management gurus may suggest putting off email as long as possible, many successful people start the day with email.

They may quickly scan their inboxes for urgent messages that need an immediate response or craft a few important emails that they can better focus on while their minds are fresh.

She uses the time to clear her inbox, schedule the day, and read social media. Getting these tasks out of the way from the start helps her concentrate better when she moves on to more challenging projects, she told Vanderkam. Whether it's sitting in the corner diner and reading the papers or checking the blogs and Twitter from their phones, most successful people have a pre-breakfast ritual for getting the latest headlines.

Meanwhile, Virgin America CEO David Cush uses his mornings to listen to sports radio and read the papers while hitting the stationary bike at the gym. By the time they get to work, they have a good idea of what's going on in the world. Then, they can get down to the business of changing it.

This story first appeared on Business Insider. They wake up early. Productive mornings start with early wake-up calls. They exercise before it falls off the to-do list. They work on a top-priority business project. They work on a personal-passion project. They spend quality time with family. They connect with their spouses. They make their beds. They network over coffee.

They meditate to clear their minds. They write down things they're grateful for. They plan and strategize while they're fresh. They check their email. They read the news. This is an updated version of an article that was previously published.

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