If you can't even get up, what else can you master? (Laughter)

In fact, you have demands on yourself, you want to take back the control of life, but often lose to their inertia. Share the "five-second rule" with you and try it before you go to bed tonight, get rid of inertia and take full control of life!

On the morning when a warm line of sunlight hits the room, you open your eyes and find that there's 10 minutes left to stay in bed, so you press off your alarm clock and turn your head and continue to bury it in the pillow pile. Until you open your eyes again, with only 20 minutes left to go to work, you get up in a hurry, can't even have breakfast to swallow, jump in a taxi, and open the day in a hurry.

You may hate Monday, four days away from the weekend, and nothing is more terrible than this, and if you're going to tell a horror story in five words, you're going to say, "It's only Monday today." Sitting in a taxi, you wonder why people always think it's a good habit to get up early. All kinds of media, books, programs are promoting the benefits of getting up early, saying that getting up early can breathe fresh air, getting up early can live the brain, get up early and have more time to do things, but you just can't resist the call of drowsiness - until you start to feel like your life is being pushed away by time.

You can no longer bear to open your eyes every day to rush the life, how clearly is their own life, they do not have the lead? So you see a way to take back your life's dominance in a TED Talk speech you've seen unwittingly. (Recommended reading: Break the magic of "can't get up early!") Six psycho-hypnosis to get you up early)

Start by getting up.

Want to get up early? Start by stopping pressing the sleep button.

More than 10 million views of tED presenter Mel. In a "how to stop messing yourself up" speech, Robbins made it clear that when we greet others, "How are you today?" When you are used to answering "I'm fine", this is the first step in not being able to grasp life.

Looking back on a whole day's experience, you really think, "How are you doing today?" You don't think you're going to be woken up in the morning, but a rush to be late, okay? You feel like you can't control your life, okay? You feel tired to come home one day and have no energy to enjoy your after-work life, okay? If you don't feel good, you should tell yourself that it's not good. Don't let yourself have a chance to repeat a bad day, and don't let tomorrow's opportunity you have to complain about the moment you slide your phone until you fall asleep.

If you want to change, start by "stop pressing the sleep button on the alarm clock." Mel. Robbins shared that our sleep mechanism consists of several cycles of non-stop cycles, one cycle of about 75 to 90 minutes, and normal sleep status of about four cycles (about six hours). After four cycles of sleep, the body and brain go into a state of "preparation for wakefulness" (about two hours), in which we wake up with the most awake brain that can effectively develop vitality.

But if we "press" the sleep button in a state where the brain is ready to wake up, and then turn back to the bed, then the brain is stuck in the next 75 to 90-minute cycle. But partialsleep for an extra 5 to 15 minutes, so when the body has to get up and act, the brain is still asleep, which can put us in a "sleep-lazy" state. It takes 4 hours to regain full sobriety from this state, and if you need to clean it immediately, you need to "take a cold shower".

Imagine a situation where you fall asleep at 11 p.m., and then you go through four sleep cycles and two hours of ready waking time, and your body is ready to get up at 7 a.m., but you're your bed for another 30 minutes, so your brain may not be fully awake until 11:30 a.m.

Can you say I'm fine like this?

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Five-second rule to help you get rid of sleep inertia

Understanding the sleep cycles of the brain and body is not about making your inertia aversion to yourself who can't get up early, it's about getting you out of sleep inertia, trying to keep your brain awake to do more interesting things, and trying to get back to your lead in life from getting up.

Before you want to get out of sleep inertia, you might wonder what the effect of being in sleep inertia for a long time would be? Mel. Robbins says there are many studies that have shown that sleep inertia affects the brain's ability to handle things, its ability to focus, and the process of completing strategic thinking. You can easily imagine how a person who is not yet fully awake thinks about a problem other than "what to eat?"

So, Mel. Robbins came up with the "five-second rule", which helps us make every decision, and when we're too late to kill the idea, it's also applicable to us to act, "Decided to Get Up." (Recommended reading: Five-second courage: if you always wait, nothing will happen)

Before you go to bed tonight, you can try: adjust your phone alarm clock and take it to a place you can't touch, shout "5,4,3,2,1" in your heart when the alarm goes off tomorrow morning, then turn over the quilt and get up. If you still feel like you want to sleep behind you, thousands, millions, don't turn your head back to bed, you should immediately turn around to the bathroom to take a cold shower.

It's as simple as that, five seconds. Within five seconds you must immediately turn an idea into action, or it will be killed. You'll never be able to get up, get up smoothly, and get off to the best of your heart.

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If you want, why don't you act in five seconds?

I've tried the five-second wake-up rule myself, but as a heavy inertial bed-maker, the five-second rule is still not enough for me. I went further, referring to Mel. "The penultimate five seconds and the imagine d'or pedestal is a rocket" (yes, that's the rocket), and after five seconds I'll fire and take off right away, Robbins said in an interview.

Then I got up.

In fact, all the moments of life can help us to summon courage, gain motivation, and really do what we should and want to do. You see a man at a party, want to come forward and talk to him, and immediately count "5, 4, 3, 2, 1" and go! When you see a dream job opportunity, you immediately silent "5, 4, 3, 2, 1" and start doing resumes! When you think of a good idea on the side of the road, immediately silent "5, 4, 3, 2, 1" and record it on your phone or notebook!

There are many things in life that are not easy, but we always have better choices, always can take a positive approach to their own good day. Hope you like this, tomorrow, shoot off like a rocket!