When talking about humans they are not static , they are heterogeneous, and when compared with themselves they are not homogeneous with the person they were before.

Why are they so? It’s because of the Wee hours. Every person have a different responding time some are morning people, some are night owls.

We’ve all heard that morning people are the most productive people: “You’ve got to be part of the 5 am club! If you’ve slept in past 6 am, then you’re behind already!” Groan.

According to American Psychological Association, people who self identifies as morning larks reported feeling happier and healthier than night owls. But this typical 9to 5 workday hypothesis from the research is geared to benefit those who function at their best in the day.

While it’s true that many people who wake up earlier are often more productive, that doesn’t mean night owls can’t have a productive morning that leads to a productive day. Their “mornings” take place a little later, but can be productive nonetheless.

Mike Vardy, productivity writer, speaker, and pod caster, says on his blog, “Look, I’m a night owl – and proud of it. Why? Because despite having many say that my sleeping habits make me less likely to achieve, I prove them wrong. I don’t just do that every once in a while. I do it every single day.”

The most important thing isn’t what time you wake up – it’s getting in tune with your body’s clock. According to Sleep.org, your body actually knows what it should be doing and when. Don’t force yourself to be part of the 5 am club if you can’t fall asleep before midnight.

Brain Works Best When It’s Late Night

Research shows that while early birds’ attention span tends to dwindle as the day progresses, it remain active for a longer period through the night.It turns out that late at night/really early in the morning, the brain gets tired enough that it can only focus on one task, not on multiple. So, it chooses to focus on programming, and not reading the news, or checking social apps. It’s also well established that the dreams that happen during sleeping are part of a process where the brain reconciles the events of the day before and establishes new understanding and intuition. The best way to be in contact with that process is to lay around a bit in the morning while half asleep for about an hour. The best way to make wild progress is to work on a problem up to the very end of the day and to then go directly to sleep. No people,no TV,no social media interactions. In the morning, while in the twilight of waking, the problems of yesterday might present themselves with solutions.

“The early bird gets the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese.” – Jeremy Paxman

It’s been said that early risers are the most productive, but that’s simply not true. Night owls can be just as productive – if not more so – but they need to have the right frameworks in place to succeed. The problem is that there are plenty of resources for morning people to reach next level productivity but very little is out there for the late night achiever to hang their hat on.

That’s where Adited Night Owl Package comes to the rescue.

It provides you a space and other required tools : Proper internet connectivity, printer, Pc’s, Air condtioned cabins, conference rooms and private rooms , staff assistance and other tactics that you need to level up your productivity.

Studies have already proved beyond a doubt that night owls/early birds tend to be more intelligent and creative than others, so great news there! No wonder all the famous creative people were night owls or early risers

The heights by great men reached and kept were not attained by sudden flight, but they, while their companions SLEPT were TOILING UPWARD in the night!- Henry W. Longfellow