When you first wake up and emerge from the post-sleep haze each morning, what do you do? What about first thing when you get to the office? If you’re anything like me, you (sloooowly) hit the coffee pot, check your Facebook news feed, read a blog or two, and just generally “ease in” toward the tougher tasks on your to-do list.
Well, we’re doing it super-wrong. According to a new Ask Me Anything interview on Reddit, Duke University behavioral scientist Dan Ariely says we’ve all got a short block of time every morning—roughly the first two hours after wake-up—where we’re most cognitively capable of getting work done. And mo...
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