How To Be Productive: Step 1: Manage your energy, not your time - Deepstash

How To Be Productive: Step 1: Manage your energy, not your time

If you take a moment to think about it, you’ll probably realize that you are better at doing certain tasks at certain times. What type of energy do you have in the morning? Afternoon? Evening? Determine what tasks each energy level and time of day are best suited for.

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