I'm definately not a morning person but have had to adjust my running routine to early morning runs to fit around family and work.
The only way to do it is get your gear ready the night before. I even go to the trouble of getting my glass out so it's ready to make a squash in first thing. Then it's a matter of sneaking out without waking anyone else up, especially the youngest in the house, once she's awake that's the end of any running plans at that time of the day!
I do find I can be tired and heavy legged at that time of day though.
The best bit about morning runs is the smug satisfaction knowing that you've done your run when every one else is just thinking about starting their day. That and planning your breakfast all the way round!
It's hard some days, especially during the winter. Best advice? Don't think about it too much, in fact don't think just run!