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Winding down before you go to bed will help you sleep better and prepare your mind for the next day.
Write down everything you usually do in the last hour of a typical day. How many activities involve a screen? Do you spend time with your family? Do you read a book? Do you think you have bad habits in the evening?
Consider what you want to change and implement it in your evening routine.
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Your working space can have an impact on your productivity. When working from home, are you crouching on the kitchen table or working from your sofa?
Is my chair is comfortable?
What is my posture when I am sitting?
When we have lots of work, we can fall into the trap of neglecting to nourish our mind with enough high-quality input. Ways to cultivate curiosity include reading books, blogs, newsletters, taking online courses, joining learning communities, and more.
A calendar is a helpful tool to manage your time. It is there to guide you, not to rule you.
Review a typical week in your calendar.
Instead of mindlessly repeating the same action with little regard for how they impact your performance, ensure you have time and space to reflect and incrementally improve the way you work.
A weekly review is a powerful way to direct your life with intention. It may b...
Research suggests a knowledge worker should spend four hours of deep creative, highly productive work per day.
How many hours do you currently dedicate to deep work? Look at your calendar and count the hours spent in deep work.
If you have too many hours, t...
People working from home can be tempted to keep working until they feel too tired to keep going.
Creating habits, routines and rituals to frame your workday is essential for sustainable performance.
The first hour is the most important part of your day. It impacts your mindset by setting the tone for the rest of the day. A routine designed around your goals will always trump one that is based on habits you haven't thought about.
It is easy for knowledge workers to accumulate screenshots and random files on their computer "just in case". Performing an audit of your digital workspace can reduce your cognitive load.
Taking breaks restore your motivation, consolidate your memory, increase your creativity, and prevent decision fatigue. Research suggests we need to take a break for 5 to 10 minutes every hour or so and a longer break (more than 30 minutes) every two to four hours.
A huge number of productivity books have been published but very few of these books combine productivity, creativity, and mental health. How do you achieve more without burning out in the process?
Using a mindful productivity audit is one way to assess you...
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If you turn off the TV or the Internet in the evening, you could have a set hour (perhaps just after dinner) when you and maybe all the members of your family read each night.
Or you could do a reading day when you (and again, your other family members if you can get them to join yo...
Feeling happy is much easier when you’re well-rested and able to face the day with optimism and energy.
Create some healthy habits that help you power down in the evening and prepare your brain and body for sleep. Say no to commitments that keep you from adequate rest.
Your evening routine doesn’t simply need to be about relaxation. The reason those thoughts keep our brains active long into the night is usually because we feel some aspect of our life is out of our control.
Spend time in the evening to write down your 3 MITs (Most Important Things) ...
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