What's something you have to do daily to keep in your productive routine?

Jon Wesselink
20 replies
I'll go first: it feels like I have to work out in the morning to jumpstart my brain & keep motivated! That, and about a billion oolong teas! πŸ˜†


Erin Heywood
Coffee….all the coffee
Jonathan Massabni
Go outside for at least 30 minutes! Especially while working remote
Jon Wesselink
@jonathanm I have been feeling this for sure as of late! We have to ground ourselves!
Brenna Donoghue
@jonathanm @jonwesselink Yes, since remote working has started, nothing has been truer. There is no more draining feeling than realizing it's noon and I haven't left the house or seen the sun.
Maxwell Davis
Usually just a good nights sleep
Brenna Donoghue
Any day that starts with exercise and sun will be a good day!
Leyla Aliyeva
Here is how my morning starts:))) meditate, and then my cup of coffee (I love it:) I start my work at 9 am, but I get up every day at 6 am. 15-20 min I spend setting my most important tasks for the day. Then I have my breakfast, so I give myself plenty of time before I start my work.
Jon Wesselink
@leyla_aliyeva1 I like that idea of the morning crunch moment so you're satisfied with an enjoyable breakfast & rest of the day πŸ€”
Jon Wesselink
@nyla_chughtai I agree, if we're in the info economy, eating well is taking care of our biggest asset 🧠
Qudsia Ali
One of the best ways to stay productive is by setting realistic goals and sticking to them. This way, you'll know what to do to meet your objectives. Secondly, a work/life balance is also essential for productivity. It would also help to find some fun and relaxation time to avoid stress.
Jon Wesselink
@qudsia_ali So true. The quality of our work diminishes if we don't get time off. Thanks for this great reminder!
David J. Kim
Coffee, meditation and nature walk.
Rich Watson
I have a daily to-do list where it's the same few things every day. Once I complete these I'm set for the day
Jeremy Nagel
I've got a 3h long morning routine. Key components: - 30 mins HIIT - 10 mins yoga - 30 mins run - 15 mins meditation - 5 mins journalling - 15 mins spaced repetition practice + language learning - 5 mins professional development - call a friend - make breakfast I'm consistent doing this and it makes a big difference to my mental health and energy levels throughout the day. I started out with a 20 minute routine and have built it up over time.
COFFEE β˜•β˜•β˜•and keep them coming please 🀭 Ok, now seriously, I guess I have to have a clear structure. I need a glimpse of tasks to be completed, deadlines, priorities, etc. and ideally my mind and workspace clear of distractions.