7 Tips to Boost Productivity in the Morning (and all day long!)

I’ve always found my early morning hours to be my strongest “thinking” hours. And apparently I’m not alone! The first hours of your workday are the most productive, according to psychologist Ron Friedman.

 “Typically, we have a window of about three hours where we’re really, really focused. We’re able to have some strong contributions in terms of planning, in terms of thinking, in terms of speaking well,” Friedman told Harvard Business Review. “If we end up squandering those first three hours reacting to other people’s priorities for us . . . that ends up using up our best hours and we’re not quite as effective as we could be.”

Likewise, Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and author states "Successful people understand the importance of having control over their mornings and know how to use that time wisely."

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