A CEO who sold her beauty company for $210 million wakes up every day at 6 a.m. without an alarm, walks 4 miles, and spends up to 3 hours working from an office in her bathroom

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  • Marla Beck, the cofounder and CEO of beauty-store chain Bluemercury, has a jam-packed morning routine.
  • Beck said in a column from The Cut that she wakes up naturally at 6 a.m. every day, walks four miles or runs up to five miles, reads four newspapers, and tests beauty products in the office in her master bathroom — all before heading into work.
  • Beck is one of many CEOs who say they wake up before dawn to jump-start their workdays.

There’s nothing laid-back about being CEO of a cosmetics company, and Marla Beck is proof.

Beck, the cofounder and CEO of beauty-store chain Bluemercury, revealed her jam-packed morning routine in a column by Jessica Prince Erlich at New York Magazine’s The Cut.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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