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Saving the hard jobs for later in the day can mean they don’t actually get finished at all.
The best time to do the hard work is first thing, as that is when you have the most willpower. Getting your least favorite job out of the way is likely to put you in a great mood for the rest of the day!
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If someone treats themselves to a dress after a week of saving, this undermines the achievement they have made.
Thinking about the big picture while you’re working can leave you feeling worried and overwhelmed.
When you first wake up, your body starts releasing alertness hormones to get you up and ready for the day. Every time you go hit snooze, you slow down this process.
Unnecessary meetings can severely deplete productivity out of someone’s working day.
Research has discovered that most people become less efficient while attempting to multitask.
Planning every hour of the day in advance to fit everything in can make you stressed out if you start running behind schedule.
Try to plan about five hours of important work to do, and leave the rest of the day to deal with any other issues. This means you get both e...
It can be easy to get side-tracked and find yourself online. Many people plan on briefly checking social media or checking the answer to a question, but end up staying online for much longer than intended.
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