productivityProductivity experts will tell you the most important times of the day is the first thing in the morning and the end of day. What you do then will determine to a large extent how productive your day is.

First thing in the morning is when you should be focusing on what’s most important to you. Is it time to meditate and pray, time to work out and improve your fitness, or do you grab a cup of coffee and head to the office? There’s no right or wrong answer, it just reflects your priorities.

When you get to work, what do you do first? Do you work on an important project or do you answer emails and voice mails? The answer to the question will tell who sets the plan for your day – you or others.

As your day is drawing to a close, do you rush out and leave a messy desk or do you straighten it up and leave your priority project for the next day in the center of your desk?

I don’t know about you, but when I put these principles into practice I’m not only more productive, I’m less stressed. Both are good things.

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