Sleep is the foundation of our energy
Poor sleep means you will start to underperform.
Research says 7-8 hours are pretty much mandatory if you're going to stay cognitively sharp in the long-run.
Habits defines your energy levels
Tine is not the basis for productivity. Energy is.
Having all time in the world won't help you if you're exhausted for most of it. Having good habits help in keeping you energized and be more resilient to burn out, both physically and mentally.
Get your most important work done in the morning
Energy levels depends a lot on your mood. If you've got some important work done, your mood is usually good and you feel productive.
If you've wasted time on emails, meetings or calls you're often frustrated and exhausted entering the second half of the day.
Set your intention the day before
Write your goals for the next day before you to bed. This way, you'll waste no time deciding what to do next the following day and you'll keep the momentum going.
Get better friends
If your conversations with your friends leave you feeling drained, then maybe it's time to make some changes.
You don't have exclude friends who are going through temporarily rough times, but assess your relationships and be aware of who you spend your time with and the value this really brings to your life.
Read better books
The best books aren't those that teach you facts, but those that subtly change your entire thinking patterns.
Just like a good song can be the background for a particular emotion, a good book can be the background for a particular energy of thinking.
Exercise every day
Exercise is a long-term investment in your energy levels.
It's easy to cut in the short-term, but over time you'll reduce your overall fitness, making it harder to focus and stay alert throughout the day.
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