AndRam @workhappynow i work 10 to 2 pm. take a long lunch break and then back around 4 or 5 till 8 or 9...1:16 PM May 3rd from twhirl in reply to workhappynow
LilianChisca @workhappynow I use the 60/60/30 Formula I learned from @ebenpagan's Wake Up Productive video trainings.12:29 PM May 3rd from TweetDeck in reply to workhappynow
He went on to explain:
LilianChisca @workhappynow That's two 1 hour focused blocks of time (w/10 min break on the end for each) followed by a 30 min renewal.12:30 PM May 3rd from TweetDeck in reply to workhappynow
We get too caught up in working certain schedules or hours because other people want us to work, rather than doing what is actually best for our productivity.
I know that we can’t escape the boss’s demands, but we can try to make small changes every week until we are closer to our perfect schedule.
So now I ask you…
“What would be your perfect work schedule?”
You can follow me on Twitter, @workhappynow, to get your quick work happiness fix.
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