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Everyone has a different time of day when they work and feel their best. Brian Tracy calls this your prime time.
Making use of your prime time can enhance your productivity, whether it's in the morning or at night. It's up to you to learn when you work the best and make the most of your day.
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Each person will have a routine that works for them. For example, you may eat and do physical exercise, clean up and head for the office. Then, when your most productive hours arrive, you may start working on a problem that's on your mind.
Some people may have their prime time in the mornin...
Your peak hours are valuable. Use that time for your most creative or brain-intensive tasks.
During this time, don't book meetings or let people disrupt you. Turn to your Inbox Zero at the end of the day. Use your natural rhythms wisely, and your productivity will soar.
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The snowy hill represents the brain, the people sledding are like the memories, and the trails left behind are the synapses in the brain.
Think of the brain as a hill covered in snow, and thoughts as sleds gliding down that hill. As one sled after another goes down the hill a small n...
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There is no "one size fits all schedule" for maximum productivity.
Because we all have particular strengths and weaknesses when it comes to time management and productivity, what works for one person could be a total disaster for another.
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