Perhaps it’s time for a change in 2017

Deborah Watt

Neil Pavitt in his book, Brainhack suggests compiling a “done” list rather than the usual demotivating ‘to do’ list. By keeping a journal of your successes, both inside and outside of work, you have a resource which can provide a boost to motivate you to achieve more. Neil also suggests changing the times you tackle tasks. Mornings and evening are best for creative thinking – the sleepy brain allows your mind to wander and generate more unexpected ideas; and the refreshed, post-breakfast, brain is best for analytic tasks.

You can also shake things up a bit by changing your routine, gives an insight to the mornings of  a number of successful people.

Read more in this interesting Financial Times article.

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