I wake up between pre I was definitely up between four and five. I love road cycling. So for me it was getting out the door and getting on my bike before six was a big thing but I also like to crank on some of my either my big ideas or email before I leave the door. There’s a bit of accomplishment I like to feel before I get into anything else and if I’m not doing email or working on something big I like to go over my plan again. I know some people might sound as if it’s crazy but for me it’s just like that’s where I’m best is in the morning and so I like to crank on the hard stuff I need to think about because come four or five I’m like crashing and so I know I have to get up and do it or I’m just not going to be as effective during the day and I’m going to have that five to seven to eight guilt that I didn’t get enough done.
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More clips from Episode 1: #1 LinkedIn Account Executive – Mike Dudgeon:
Recognize your sales strengths
Enterprise account planning
Generating sales insights based on business drivers
Always work for a great sales leader
Mike Dudgeon on being LinkedIn’s Global AE of the Year
Mike’s Morning Routine
Dudgeon’s Information Diet
Sales Travel Tips
Process > Progress > Success
Internal Selling and Differentiating Yourself
Mike’s Challenge to improve your own sales results