Praise for Early to Rise

“Andy Traub has taken one concept and brilliantly broadened its scope into a life-changing book. I am proud to call him a friend!”  —  Andy Andrews, New York Times bestselling author of How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, The Noticer, and The Traveler’s Gift  ∙  AndyAndrews.com, @AndyAndrews

“Andy is brilliant, and this book is too. Read it, read it again, and then live it.”  —  Jon Acuff, author and speaker  ∙  Acuff.me, @JonAcuff

“I have always loved the concept captured by Henry Ward Beecher, “The first hour is the rudder of the day.” As an adult, I still marvel at the “new beginning” each day offers. In The Early to Rise Experience, Andy Traub offers a fresh approach for recapturing those special treats offered only in the first hour of the day. With a little discipline and the pattern of a new habit, you too can tap into the time-honored secret for becoming “healthy, wealthy, and wise.”  —  Dan Miller, author and life coach  ∙  48Days.com

“Andy’s book gives you the motivation you need to become a morning person.”  —  Michael Hyatt, author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World   ∙  MichaelHyatt.com, @MichaelHyatt

“Finally, a book that helps me understand the struggles I have with putting to action my goal of rising early. This book gave me a new perspective on what is at stake in my decision to either get up or sleep in. Thanks, Andy, for giving me new insights on how my life can have more of what I want by following this thirty-day challenge.”  —  Jeff Goins, author of The In-Between  ∙  GoinsWriter.com, @JeffGoins

“Great leaders rise early, and Andy’s book is a must-read for anyone who is serious about leading others. The book will change the way you lead others, because it helps you understand the first person you need to lead is yourself.”  —  Chris LoCurto, former vice president at Dave Ramsey, author, and leadership expert  ∙  ChrisLoCurto.com@ChrisLoCurto