Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
It is a known fact that our bodies are like machines that rely on oxygen, water, food and appropriate rest in order to function properly. All these elements are vital in order for our body to generate energy—which we require to perform daily tasks. To be productive it is imperative that you take care of your energy levels at all times.
Scientist state that our energy and productivity levels begin to diminish after eight to ten hours of working straight. Due to this reason, if you work long hours into the night, you will find yourself to be less efficient and will usually take more time to complete any given task. The quality of your work will deteriorate too and you are more likely to make more mistakes as well.
The fact is that whether it is day or night, we all have our specific times at which we work at the best of our potential. Most individuals are most productive in the mornings, after a good night’s sleep while others work better in the evenings.
In order to maximize your productivity you need to discover these particular times at which you work your best and then discipline yourself to utilize these hours to your benefit.
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