Some people may feel that they suffer great losses to their productivity because they just cannot seem to wake up early enough in the morning – in fact, the very idea of being early to rise might offend some people’s lifestyle beliefs. The good news is that it’s not the only way to be productive. The key to productivity is simply scheduling your daily tasks according to YOUR schedule. Don’t forget that you choose your schedule; the schedule doesn’t choose you. Try implementing the following changes to your daily routine (no matter when you wake up) and keep track of what works for you and what doesn’t. Eat breakfast within thirty minutes of waking up. If you need to send emails, send them between 6AM and 9AM and you’ll be more likely to get a quicker response. Take your first break of the day a little earlier than you might normally do so – have a cup of coffee and relax to boost your creativity. Work a while, then plan out the latter half of your day right before lunch. Save the most difficult tasks of your day for the afternoon when you’re more alert and focused. If you exercise, do it about one hour before dinner. Use the rest of your evening and night to engage in your own hobbies and interests, then just before going to sleep, prepare what you need for tomorrow. As mentioned, you can implement these adjustments to your daily routine no matter what your schedule is. A more productive schedule is much less about what time you do things and much more about when you do them in relation to each other.
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