Time has ‘fallen back,’ but have you found it hard to remain productive in the dark? Are the 60-minutes of additional sleep really worth the decreased amount of daylight when we still have to get stuff done?

Well, according to Lydia Dishman, journalist and author of the article “Saving Daylight Savings: How to Be More Productive When It’s Always Dark Outside,” we have to view the loss of daylight through a different lens. Following are a few tips that could potentially help you to remain productive and creative, at least until it’s time to ‘spring forward’:

  • Just Hit Delete – Examine your work and make intentional decisions to delete and stop
  • Determine to Take Just One Step – Just get started
  • Rest – Embrace the darkening days
  • Keep Your List Simple – By maintaining one and only one master task list, you have a comprehensive view of everything in your world that requires your attention

Click here for details! And, stay encouraged, you only have 123 days left!

– DeAndra Clark

“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.”   

~Paul J. Meyer


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