Oh, jeez. I normally do a longer intro, but this review itself is long enough. 🙈 So I’ll jump into it quickly. Just a few notes: If you like this, you can catch up on my 2017 and 2018 review too. I’ve been doing them since I left in-house work to do my own thing.
The TL;DR: stop bickering about what to call your ideas for the year, New Year’s Resolutions or something else, and focus on making progress on them. Happy new year! 🎉 I’ve already received 3 newsletters/marketing emails from other people that have snarkily been like, “aren’t you sick of people telling you happy new year already?!”
The gist: if you’re looking to do an energy management audit, Airtable is my favorite place to do it. Here’s a look inside my own energy management tracker there. Are you reaaaally a morning person, or do you just feel like you should be one? Should you exercise in the morning or afternoon? When’s the
The gist: I’ve talked a lot about how great energy management is in the past. So today, we’re talking about how to manage your energy, starting with an audit. Two of the most infamous pop culture freakouts of the 90s are: Jessie Spano being so excited on Saved By the Bell, and Corey bringing Rex
The gist: when it comes to productivity tips, almost all of them talk about your time or to-do list, but the most important component is energy. Here’s why energy management matters most. In Mindy Kaling’s first book, she says “There is no sunrise so beautiful that it is worth waking me up to see it.”