A lot of the most successful people in the world are morning people! They get up early and get the day started with energy and start being productive straight away.
Apple CEO Tim Cook starts his day at 3:45- that might be a little early but even Richard Branson starts his day at 5:45. There are only 24 hours in every day so why waste them.
I bet the majority of you reading this will sit down at your desk and go through emails like point 4 suggests. In this modern world, why not do them all on the train on the way in and hit the ground running when you arrive at your desk.
It takes 21 days to form a habit, think about what you could change to get your day off to a flying start each day and see if it makes a difference at the end of November.
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The first few minutes of your workday are critical to your productivity for the next eight hours. If you show up late to the office or get sucked into an overflowing inbox, you could easily get thrown off and have a hard time focusing for the rest of the day. We did some research and rounded up nine common traps that can ensnare you within the first 10 minutes of your workday. Read on to find out how to avoid those pitfalls and set yourself up for success.