Every morning I try to get up as early as possible according to my well registered sleep rhythm. I do this by clicking on the button in my app that says ‘7 hours sleep’.
The app will wake me then anywhere between 6 and 6.20 depending on the time I go to bed. (Which is by the way also logged at 23.47, since that is mostly the time I fall asleep according to the app)
By using this technology I am able to be more productive in the morning since this supports me in building habits over time. I want to get things done. To do this I need some quality time, therefor I have to get up earlier. And when I am awake after a good night’s rest I feel more energized to start the different parts of my morning routine.
The routine includes (most when possible, but not all everytime); rise early, drinking water, doing core exercises, reading feeds, reading a book for fun, writing a blog post, reading study material or working on developing workshops.
This morning I ticked 5 of the 8 boxes. It is a good day…
What do you do for your morning routine?
Are you one of those people who is always rushing behind time to meet their deadlines and get their work done? Well, if such is the case with you then this article is meant exactly for you. If you are always running late with your deadlines and out of time to get a job done, have you ever stopped to consider that perhaps something is wrong with your efficiency?
Source: How to Work More Efficiently and Stop Rushing to Meet Deadlines
…When you are short on time and only can read one feed, consider this selection of articles to keep you up-to-date…
Friday Faves is our weekly blog series highlighting a few select pieces from the REG team’s reading lists. You can catch up on past Friday Faves on the archive . For AI to get creative, it must learn to break rules (and so do humans)!!
Source: Friday Faves – What We’re Reading This Week
My new A5 Stalogy Notebook. Been waiting 3 weeks for this beauty.
#do #sdt #bulletjournal
Now here is an interesting concept you can try out for today and see if it works for you. Sounds a bit like the Weekly Review from GTD to me, but has enough new others things in it as well to make it worthwhile trying….
Friday is a wasted day for a lot of people. You’re tired from the week, your mind is focused on the weekend, and most of your coworkers are probably checked out. This day plan keeps your Friday productive, but also keeps things relaxed so you can ease into your weekend.
Source: A Three-Step Plan to Productive, Stress-Free Fridays
..Some of these points are well known perhaps, some are new. Pick only some of them might help your productivity increase. Most important is still to stick to a couple during a longer period of time if you can before you really can assess if it is working for you personally.
Put your brain on autopilot, make lists at the end of the day, and other simple tips and tricks can help you have a more productive 2017. Put your brain on autopilot, make lists at the end of the day, and other simple tips and tricks can help you have a more productive 2017.
Source: 10 Productivity Resolutions To Simplify Your Workday All Year Long
Beautiful infographic that can help you convince your boss to go for standing desks and a lot more work related improvements.
Are you slouching in your chair and losing focus at the drop of a hat? Fear no more with this infographic on productivity and workplace well-being.
Source: Top Tips For Boosting Your Productivity And Enhancing Your Focus At Work