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The amazing connection between food and productivity

The amazing connection between food and productivity

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 […]

by × November 17, 2015 ×

Energy

10 ways to stay productive when you just don’t feel like it

10 ways to stay productive when you just don’t feel like 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 […]

by × October 22, 2014 ×

Energy, Focus, Time

100 time, energy, and attention hacks to be more productive

100 time, energy, and attention hacks to be more productive

My 100 favorite time, energy, and attention hacks that will let you get more done.

by × May 1, 2014 ×

Energy

Two simple, non-corny visualizations that will motivate you to be more productive

Two simple, non-corny visualizations that will motivate you to be more productive

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.

by × February 24, 2014 ×

Energy

9 proven ways to break the winter blues

9 proven ways to break the winter blues

Here are eight proven ways to break out of your winter slump to be productive when you don’t want to go outside.

by × January 28, 2014 ×

Energy

Energy Hack: Schedule time for rituals that energize you

Energy Hack: Schedule time for rituals that energize you

Think about which people and activities give you the most energy, and then act to make time for them.

by × January 22, 2014 ×

Energy

The exact temperature you should sleep at to get a good night’s sleep

The exact temperature you should sleep at to get a good night’s sleep

The sleeping temperature recommended by every study is different, but most studies recommend setting your thermostat to about 65ºF (18.5ºC) overnight.

by × January 21, 2014 ×

Energy

How to calculate your Biological Prime Time – the time of the day you’re the most productive

How to calculate your Biological Prime Time – the time of the day you’re the most productive

Your “biological prime time” is the time of the day when you have the most energy, and therefore the greatest potential to be productive. Here’s how to calculate it.

by × December 12, 2013 ×

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