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3 Time Management Tips That Actually Work – Part 2

Disorder and chaos tend to increase as your day goes on. At the same time, the decisions and choices that you make throughout the day tend to drain your willpower. You’re less likely to make a good decision at the end of the day than you are at the beginning.

If I have an important article to write, I grab a glass of water and start typing as soon as I wake up. If there is a tough exercise that I need to do, then I do it at the beginning of each workout.

If you do the most important thing first, then you’ll never have a day when you didn’t get something important done. By following this simple strategy, you will usually end up having a productive day, even if everything doesn’t go to plan. If you actually do the most important thing first each day, it is the only productivity tip you’ll ever need.
Doesn’t this sound similar to the things we have been taught in business. Do your 6 MOST Important Things To Do List and stick to it. And what a great idea, to get those things done as early as possible. 

Information taken from works by James Clear

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