set aside 15–30 minutes to plan out your day either the night before or first thing in the morning. Yes, that’s it.
Do this one simple action for an absolutely productive day
Kim Ravida

I’ve found that putting together your list of work for the next day in the evening clears your head, and taking 15 minutes in the morning to arrange that list into an actionable sequence puts the day in motion.

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