When Are You Most Productive?

When Are You Most Productive?

When Are You Most Productive?

Learning productivity for yourself is so critical.

For me, it’s the mornings.

If there’s something tricky I can’t figure out, reserve a chunk of time in the morning, I’ll get it done.

Does that mean I don’t work in the evenings? Of course not!

I do work throughout the day, but knowing my most productive time is in the morning helps me be kind to myself.

When I notice that I’m not able to focus like I typically can, instead of trying to push through that fatigue, I’ll take a break, eat a snack, play with my dog.

Sometimes I must go through that fatigue, but in those cases, I make a point of taking an extra-long break afterward. 

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Productivity is a spectrum; the same task could take me 5 minutes in one state of mind & time of day, and 30 in another.

By doing my most challenging work when I’m most productive and not forcing myself to work when I’m not feeling it, I capture as much work out of myself as possible without skirting with burnout.

With my side gig and master’s thesis underway, this is a delicate balance to strike, but saying “I’ll get to you a little later when I can knock you out of the park” to a piece of work is a great feeling.

Relax and take a break, instead of trying to knuckle through and get things done then and there.

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  • Aaron Max

    Good read

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Benjamin Hendricks

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Benjamin is a passionate software engineer with a strong technical background, with ambitions to deliver a delightful experience to as many users as possible. He previously interned at Google, Apple and LinkedIn. He built his first PC at 15, and has recently upgraded to iOS/crypto-currency experiments. Benjamin holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from UCLA and is completing a master’s degree in Software Engineering at Harvard University.

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