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6. Don't forget about sleep

6. Don't forget about sleep

To do our best work, we need to be well-rested . We all have busy days, but catching up on sleep helps our minds and body. It can be easy to stay up late and push ourselves too hard when our to-do list is full, but this isn't sustainable.

Even when you think an extra hour of work will get you closer to your goals, it will likely further exhaust you and harm productivity . Next time this happens, make the mindful choice of sleep. A well-rested body and mind will make you more motivated and ready to start your day.


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