- MyFocusSpace Team
🚣 What should you say no in the morning?
Whether you’re a morning person or a night owl, we all start our day at some point. And we all seem to start it differently.
Some of us hop online to check social media, others dive into an email, still, others eat breakfast, exercise, or pack lunches for the kids. There’re a million different ways a morning could go.
Out of curiosity, I've posted a question on Product Hunt to find out what people need to say no in the morning in order to have a more productive day.
Here are a few of the answers:
- "No Instagram, only after breakfast!"
- "I have a very controlled morning routine, as that sets my mental state for the day. No phone or computer or email. I read my goals out loud. When I'm going through my morning routine (brushing my teeth, etc) I'm thinking about my day ahead and what the big things are to tackle. I'm aware of my mental state and if it's distracting or not on point, I give it focus and put it on point."
- "No phone, email, news, notifications until you have set the agenda and know what your most important tasks are for the day TO YOU. Do those... then look at what other people's agendas are."
- sleep, gym, piano, cat... and a bunch of other things that take time from work
Curious to learn what you should say no to in the morning to have a more productive day? - You can answer by replying to this email or by answering the question on Product Hunt.
🧠 The 6 types of procrastination
Source: MyFocusSpace blog post
According to Linda Sapadin, there are six different styles of procrastination. And once you understand which procrastination style or combination of types you fall into, you can change how you think, speak, and act based on your procrastination style. Here they are:
Here they are:
- The perfectionist procrastinator
- The optimistic procrastinator
- The disorganized procrastinator
- The busy procrastinator
- The guilty procrastinator
- The distracted procrastinator
Check out the full article - The Ultimate Guide - 6 Types of Procrastinators.
📕 The book that will help you a set of tools to improve your productivity
This book is a new updated version of David Allen's book and the GTD ("getting things done") method. Reading this book helped me to be appropriately engaged with my work and life simply, and that's something I want for you as well.
🎯 We changed our pricing model - FREE for unlimited sessions
We want to make MyFocusSpace the most extensive accountability network on the internet and a place where you can come and do your best work anytime and from anywhere. The only social network where it is beneficial for you to spend more time. And to implement all the ideas we have in mind, we need more matches on MyFocusSpace. That's one of the reasons why the platform is free of usage for everyone.
Source: MyFocusSpace new pricing
Note: If you relate to our mission and want to help us maintain the service and grow, consider becoming our sponsor.
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Join our Discord Group
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Join MyFocusSpace Discord Group - this group is only available for our community members and it's a place where we come to: → share our productivity experiences & challenges → be humble and ask for advice → interact with people who share the same interests as us— and who are there to help us in our journey.
🤔 Questions or if you have any ideas? Simply reply to this email.
Until next week, take care!
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