🔔 Establish a routine 🔔 Issue #57

Now most of us are back at work after a long break, I personally find it a good opportunity to look a
🔔 Establish a routine 🔔 Issue #57
By Ross Chapman • Issue #57 • View online
Now most of us are back at work after a long break, I personally find it a good opportunity to look at honing my routine.
This starts at home. One thing I do now is charge my phone in the living room. This means that I can relax in the evening and in the morning when I wake, my first thought isn’t about who has contacted me, it’s let’s get a brew on! ☕️
At work, I’m trying to clarify what all those meetings are meant to achieve in the week. Do I need to be at them? Are there action points and people responsible to carry them out?
Putting structure in my life means that I can, over the long term, iterate to improve! Check out how other people hack their routines for more ideas.
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