Don’t force through low energy levels. Honor your natural energy rhythms. If you are tired at 3 p.m. every day, for example, be aware of this situation and do recreational activities.
You can try taking a quick walk, doing stretches in your office, or even taking a power nap for 10 to 20 minutes.
You won’t be working efficiently, and you’ll drain even more energy from your mind and body if you work against your rhythm.
Balance your power and energy. Sometimes you may work at maximum energy levels, but you’re not operating at optimum productivity if you do this all day long.
Don’t aim to become a nonstop robot. Instead, you can try to balance intense productivity activities with slower, “brainless” activities or breaks.
Understanding energy-levels throughout the day
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