There’s been a lot of focus on circadian rhythms and chonotypes- the biology of our own body clock.
Today, take a look at these questions:
- When am I at my best?
- What times do I have the most energy?
- What are the windows of time in which I get my best work done – i.e. you may find that you do best getting things organized late at night when everyone has gone to be, or early in the day when the house is still asleep?
Going hand in hand with chronotypes is the notion of focusing on the productive windows for yourself. As I have shared in other posts, it’s not always about having a lot of white space. Creating boundaries around your work can create an urgency that provides more impetus for getting things done. What do you notice about getting things done in a fast fashion?
Resources you may want to check out include Daniel Pink's book, WHEN
Enjoy experimenting with WHEN you are at your best and how much work you can get completed.
With best wishes,
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