Too much caffeine can lead to dramatic energy crashes. Resetting the frequency and amount you consume can be good for your health—and your productivity.
A couple of days ago I posted about how long your ideal work break should be—which varies depending on how you’re wired, and what time of the day it is. What can you do during your breaks to make them as refreshing as possible? Here are a couple of suggestions […]
One of my favorite ways to become more productive is counterintuitive: by taking more breaks. When you frequently step back from your work, you may feel less productive because you’re not working during that time. But breaks allow you to accomplish more because they let you replenish your energy reserves, […]
Having lasting energy is crucial if you want to become more productive: energy is the fuel that you expend over the course of the day in order to get work done. If you burn out at 2 p.m., you’re not going to accomplish much after that—you’ll probably just work on […]
Lowering my body fat percentage from 17% to 10% Whenever I write about the connection between food and productivity, some people question how the two are even related. It’s a fair challenge: what you eat and how you work seem unconnected. Sure, eating well makes you healthy, but does it […]
I think it’s human nature to resist getting things done every once in a while. Over the course of a week, as your energy levels ebb and flow relative to everything from how much sleep you get, to how much caffeine you consume, to how much time you spend […]
My 100 favorite time, energy, and attention hacks that will let you get more done.
As corny as the practice sounds, visualizations will help you get in the right mindset to become more productive. Here are two of my favorites.