C-Suite Lifestyle

Discover Your Biological Clock To Be A Better Leader

Every human body is unique and when you discover your biological clock, you can achieve greatness. You can also call it ‘moods’. The human body is productive and creative at some duration in a day.

If you understand this duration and time, you can do important tasks and achieve optimum outcomes. It is the time where your body and mind connect effectively and create amazing chemistry to achieve the desired outcomes. For instance, if you identify the ideal time to read in a day and read the book, you can absorb and assimilate the content quickly.

You will be able to apply it effectively and achieve great success. Hence, instead of reading at the wrong time for ten hours, and if you read one hour at a time when your body is highly productive, you can achieve the desired outcomes easily, quickly, and smartly.

Similarly, if you want to lead a happy married life, you must create the right chemistry with your spouse by adjusting and synchronizing your biological clock accordingly. There are married couples who divorce due to a lack of physical and emotional chemistry between them.

Their bodies may be allergic to each other resulting in divorces. Understanding this clock and readjusting and setting their body clocks can create synergy and energy between the partners. It creates both physical and emotional chemistry between partners thus minimizing divorces and ensuring the stability in family relationships.

According to Professor Bill Ledger, “biological clock” is simply a term people use to describe a fall in fertility associated with increasing age. Therefore, don’t confuse the term ‘biological clock’ with the context I used in this article. The term was originally coined by scientists to describe circadian rhythms, the processes that tell our bodies when we should rise, eat, and sleep.

“My daily rituals: In the morning, I create knowledge. In the afternoon, I acquire knowledge. In the evening, I eliminate unwanted information. In the night, I prepare for the next day.” ―Professor M.S. Rao.

My Biological Clock

I have the practice of getting up at 4 A.M. every day to write books and articles. I am highly creative and productive from 4 A.M. to 7 A.M. Hence, I enjoy writing and authoring books at this time. I go walking every day for an hour and subsequently offer leadership development training programs or free seminars to build one million students as global leaders.

I take a nap in the afternoon if time permits. If there are no training programs, I read books and online material on my passionate areas of learning, leadership, and coaching from morning to the evening. In the evening, I go to the gym to exercise for an hour. Subsequently, I prepare for what I am supposed to do the next day. I also delete irrelevant files and information from my mind. This is how I operate in a day based on my biological clock. I am not very effective to create and author books in the night.

Hence, in the early morning, I am a creator like the Lord Brahma; throughout the day, I am a generator like the Lord Vishnu; and in the night, I am a destroyer like Lord Shiva. Hence, I play three roles like the creator, generator, and destroyer in a day to leverage my biological clock to achieve productivity and performance and make a difference in the lives of others. In this way, you must identify your biological clock and utilize your time accordingly to achieve your goals and objectives.

Align Your Biological Clock with Your Work

People often fail to achieve productivity and performance because they failed to align their nature of work with their biological clock. Hence, create chemistry between your nature of work and your biological clock. There are times where you can achieve peak productivity with concentration and focus when you do certain tasks.

There are times where you cannot concentrate at all on your tasks because your body doesn’t support your nature work. If you can identify your biological clock and align it with your nature of work, you can achieve your goals and objectives quickly. You can live with peace and prosperity.


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Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D.
Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D. is the Father of “Soft Leadership” and the Founder of MSR Leadership Consultants, India. He is an International Leadership Guru with forty years of experience and the author of fifty books including the award-winning See the Light in You: Acquire Spiritual Powers to Achieve Mindfulness, Wellness, Happiness, and Success (Waterside Productions; January 16, 2020). He is a C-Suite advisor and global keynote speaker. He brings a strategic eye and long-range vision given his multifaceted professional experience including military, teaching, training, research, consultancy, and philosophy. He is passionate about serving and making a difference in the lives of others. He trains a new generation of leaders through leadership education and publications. His vision is to build one million students as global leaders by 2030. He has the vision to share his knowledge freely with one billion people globally. He advocates gender equality globally (#HeForShe). He was ranked #1 Thought Leader and Influencer in HR globally by Thinkers360. He invests his time in authoring books and blogging on executive education, learning, and leadership. Most of his work is available free of charge on his four blogs including Vision 2030: One Million Global Leaders. He is a prolific author and a dynamic, energetic, and inspirational leadership speaker. Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D. is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. Follow him on Twitter or connect on LinkedIn.