When Are You Most Productive?
We’re all different.
It’s important to keep that in mind when you’re looking for ways to be more productive. It’s easy to think that just because a successful person does XYZ, that that’s exactly what you should be doing as well.
Sometimes, that’s not the case. You’re in a different place right now, with a different body, a different rhythm, with a different mindset. What works for me might not work exactly for you, and that’s okay.
That’s one of the reasons why it’s so important to assess for yourself when you’re most productive.
In some cases, you don’t really have the luxury of picking and choosing when you get to work. Maybe you have a day job and you have to work in between certain hours.
But, what if you’re also trying to build a business from home in your off hours? Should you work to build that business in the mornings before work, or after work, or a little of both? Should you do your work before dinner or after dinner? Should you work well into the night or get up really early in the morning to work?
And let’s say you’re lucky enough to work for yourself. You get to choose when and where you work, for the most part.
Should you get up really early to work or stay up really late to work? Should you keep typical work hours instead, because you think that’s when you should be working?
There’s a lot to consider here that you perhaps have never considered before.
It’s time to figure out when you’re most productive so you can work less, be less stressed, and get more done.
We all want to be more productive.
Getting things done isn’t a matter of working all the time, every day, because no one can keep up a schedule like that.
It’s a matter of working when you’re most productive and being in a mindset of productivity, while you work.
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