I’m letting the cat out of the bag.
Today, I’m going to tell you about a super-secret method I use to get out of bed whenever the heck I want.
Trust me, it works.
How do I know? Well, I’ve been struggling to wake up early for the past 5 years, with one failed attempt after the other.
BUT, when I started using the strategy I’ll be revealing to you in a moment, everything changed.
I stopped hitting snooze.
I stopped going back to sleep.
And 31 days later (and counting), I’m officially feeling like an early riser once and for all.
How did I do it? Simple.
I did it using the “Booby Trap Strategy.”
Here’s how it works:
Whenever you go to bed, you’re going to set two alarms.
The first alarm is going to be a soft alarm that wakes you up. I use my phone, but I put it far enough away from me so I actually have to get out of bed to turn it off.
The second alarm is your Booby Trap, and it’s going to stop you from hitting snooze and crawling back into bed.
Why? Because this alarm is going to be set up at the other end of your house. Not so far that you’ll never hear it, but far enough that you’ll actually have to leave your bedroom to get to it.
I set mine up in the kitchen so I’m close to a glass of water. But you can put yours wherever’s right for you.
The ONLY requirement here is that your “Booby Trap” alarm is obnoxiously loud. I mean REALLY loud. Loud enough that it’ll wake you up AND everyone else who hears it.
But don’t worry, no one else will be hearing it as long as you get out of bed and turn it off…
And that’s the magic of the Booby Trap.
It forces you to get out of bed and go to another room so you can stop the alarm before it wakes everyone up.
And trust me, when it does go off, everyone’s waking up — and NO ONE is going to be happy about it.
But you won’t let that happen, right? Good.
So if you’ve been struggling to get out of bed in the morning…
And you really want to become an early riser…
Set yourself a Booby Trap tonight and see what happens.
It only has to go off once before you vow to never let it happen again.
And when you’re ready