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The One Common Habit That Most Successful CEOs Share

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The One Common Habit That Most Successful CEOs  Share

Early to bed and early to rise makes you healthy, wealthy and wise, a quote that rightly describes some of the most successful CEO’s that are habitual early risers.

The top leaders of the business world share a common habit, that is, to be up and about before everyone else does. David Cush of Virgin America wakes up as early as 4.15 AM. The Apple CEO, Tim Cook, sleeps a tad longer than Cush and is ready to take on the world by 4.30 AM. Similarly, Michelle Glass, Ex-president of Starbucks starts her day at 4.30 AM each morning to make sure that her customers get their cuppa and kick-start theirs with a Starbucks coffee.

These leaders and many more are known to wake up between 4 AM to 6 AM as put together in this infographic by Funders and Founders.

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    Featured photo credit: Amanda Tipton | Flickr via goo.gl

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