Time Management

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Many motivational speakers have mentioned the three to four hour biological limit of creative work that can be accomplished in a day.

Great polymaths and thinkers highlight this short amount of working hours when the creative juices flow.

Manual labour, which is mostly assembly line work, or mindless administrative chores like creating reports can be done for far longer.

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Time Management

Moving on from the work guilt
  1. Recognize when you're feeling guilty and afraid that you didn't do enough. Take note of the feeling and slowly let the feeling go, with no judgments.
  2. Let yourself pause and breathe. Be kind to yourself.
  3. Remind yourself that you're allowed to do other things aside from work. Being able to rest is important so that you'll be able to give your best the next time you go to work.
  4. Take the rest. Enjoy the space you have for yourself.

The Guilt of Not Working More, When We're Done for the Day - zen habits

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The modern workplace has an old and obsolete indicator that is still followed: time-based work measurement. Longer hours still means better work and more dedication.

Work From Home has introduced flexi-hours for many of us, and people are working close to 14 hours a day over the laptop or phone.

Three Reasons We Can’t Be Trusted to Set Our Own Work Schedules, and What to Do About It

slate.com

Holiday Jet Lag

The first thing to get you back in the work game is to get yourself organized.

After a wonderful rest at the end of December, getting back to work in January can feel like a struggle. But the beginning of the year is the time when your job probably starts to pick up, and so your productivity needs to pick up too.

How to Get Back on Track After A Holiday

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