Categories General Early bird gets the worm… Always true? Post author By Chris Tingom Post date November 10, 2005 8 Comments on Early bird gets the worm… Always true? Is this true? Does waking up early equate to more *cough* success in life or can a night owl have just as many worms? By Chris Tingom Principal of Tornado Design, a Phoenix, AZ based web consultancy View Archive → ← Sith Sense → Our Studio 8 replies on “Early bird gets the worm… Always true?” I think the early bird has more chances since most people work a 9 -5 schedule. So the person who is awake early has a better chance to meet with people. Well that depends on whether you’re a sparrow hunting worms, or an owl hunting rabbits. I prefer to think of myself as the second. No, but more seriously, I’m usually most productive in the evenings. I went to bed around midnight or later, almost every day for an entire year. Waking up early just leaves me with fatigue all day. Whereas, staying up late at night gives me the unique ability to write incoherently until my eyes close under their own weight. I tend to get a lot more stuff done when I show up at work say around 8am with my cup of coffee, than 10am and then I stay up late. Well, I stay late anyway but I get tired after 6pm. BTW, one of my business partners always says that, lol. Cheers. Martin: We should get lunch sometime. I’ve seen your site a couple of times over the years. I know I have posted at least one of your other sites besides the law firm. It was a travel site if I remember. Brad: I think you have an excellent point. The early bird has the most opportunity to communicate with people. I just found this site (the blog) and been spending a lot of time here! Excellent site reviews, and a lot of inspiration from those, and you’re local so thats a big plus! in my situation being the time zone diffences i usually wok at night and generate the same amount of customers. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.