Work Smarter, Not Harder

Hey y’all,

It’s a fantastic morning!

I’ve been watching and reading a lot of stuff about different habits of successful people, and you know what I’ve noticed? Every habit or trick boils down to one main thought: Work Harder, Not Smarter.

For example, one guy on YouTube said he was able to study effectively with a full-time job, because he would study hard before work when he had more energy; after work he would only do class readings or things that didn’t require much energy.

Jordan Page said she would work on spelling words with her kids at breakfast because this is when they had energy.

The Miracle Morning is about giving yourself more energy and setting the day up to be productive.

Meal prepping is all about doing cooking tasks when you have time so you can enjoy them even when you don’t have time.

I’m reading a book by Trevor Blake about how a 5-hour workday is most efficient.

All the successful people try not to waste any time. They schedule, they meal prep, they do any creative work when they have the most energy so they can do mindless tasks when they have less energy.

Every tool for success is just a tool to help you work smarter. There are only 24 hours in the day, so successful people try to maximize those hours.

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