How Being Selfish in the Morning Leads to a More Productive Workday
Three great workday morning routines for improved productivity
In order to be successful, it is essential to make progress against your top priorities before responding to other people’s requests.
This means starting each day in proactive mode, doing the work that is most important to you before turning your attention to the ‘urgent’ needs of others.
I recommend protecting the first hour of each work day , what I refer to as ‘Mine O’Clock,’ and attack it on your own terms. Taking this hour, every morning, to make progress against your short- and long-term goals will add up to big wins over time.
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