What psychology teaches us about structuring our workday to get the most done

Our workdays often are governed not by priorities or desires but by what’s screaming loudest and closest in our faces. Well-intentioned as you might be about having a productive day, it’s easy for the hours to pass in a flurry of emails, meetings, and demands that eat away at your time like a tapeworm—stealthy, but destructive. Sure, there are tons of productivity hacks out there—from to-do lists to time-management apps to mindfulness exercises. Everything seems…

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What psychology teaches us about structuring our workday to get the most done

Our workdays often are governed not by priorities or desires but by what’s screaming loudest and closest in our faces. Well-intentioned as you might be about having a productive day, it’s easy for the hours to pass in a flurry of emails, meetings, and demands that eat away at your time like a tapeworm—stealthy, but destructive. Sure, there are tons of productivity hacks out there—from to-do lists to time-management apps to mindfulness exercises. Everything seems…

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