Be Successful First Thing in the Morning. Again and again, it is proving to me that if I begin my day by immediately doing the most important goal for that day, the day will be a tremendous success.
How about your pet project? Do you think that you will ever finish it, if you don’t put in effort consistently? Just wake up, and start working on the most important goal. Just for 5 minutes. It will be more – but the 5 minute target removes all excuses. The science behind how your productivity is chosen by what you eat. 3K Flares Filament.io 3K Flares × Every 7 years our body will change completely.
This means that each and everyone of your cells will have been renewed and exchanged for another one that your body has produced. I was always amazed by this. And science suggests that this gives us a unique chance to change and erase any mistakes we’ve made in the past.
Biofeedback, Brain hacking [brmlab] Nootropics. Quantified Self Guide. Digifit The Digifit ecosystem is a full suite of Apple apps that records heart rate, pace, speed, cadence, and power of your running, cycling and other athletic endeavors.
Data can be uploaded to the well established training sites Training Peaks and New Leaf. The ecosystem is is split up into the Digifit™, iCardio™, iRunner™, iBiker™, iSpinner™ and iPower™ apps. To utilize the full functionality of the app you must purchase the Digifit Connect ANT+ dongle and and the purchase of an advanced functionality App. URL: Quantified Self Guide.
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I track Sleep, Activity, Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate Variability, Location, Computer time and other data using Zeo, BodyMedia Fit, Digifit, Withings, Pol Tags: fitness, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, mood, money, sleep, location, health, iPhone, energy, relationships, productivity, gadget San Diego, California, United States. Self-Tracking Tools Review 2. This is the second article of a series where I review several self-tracking tools.
I will go on a little tangent this week. To make it clear what I look for in different tools, I will discuss the different aspects of self-tracking tools to consider when making a selection.
6 things I do to be consistently happy. Now that it’s almost two years since I first had the idea for Buffer, and with the year and a half before that which I worked on my previous startup, I’ve started to notice a few patterns amongst the ups and downs that come with building a startup.
One of the most important things I’ve learned during this time is that I perform the best when I’m happy. It really does change everything. Productivity vs. Guilt and Self-Loathing. Why I Don't Do Unpaid Overtime and Neither Should You. Published: 02/26/2012 As a programmer in the U.S. for 30 years now I have spent some of that time working more than 40 hours in a week, which is not all that common in this industry, and when I was salaried I rarely if ever got more pay.
No more, I now find the whole idea nauseating. I am not talking about running your own business, or working at a startup or other business entity where working more hours might get you a big payout. I ran two small software companies from the mid 80's to 90's and we did work a lot of hours; but all of us shared in whatever we made and in the second company worked under contract so the more we worked the more we got. But that's not the point of this post. If I worked at some big technology company and agreed to some salary, my expectation is that I am being paid to do my best for a standard work week, which is generally considered (at least in the U.S.) to be 8 hours a day, 5 days a week.
What The Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast. Mornings are a great time for getting things done.
You’re less likely to be interrupted than you are later in the day. Your supply of willpower is fresh after a good night’s sleep. That makes it possible to turn personal priorities like exercise or strategic thinking into reality. 7 Ways to Leverage Your Time to Increase Your Productivity. We’re all busy people.
Some people, though, are busier than we’d ever imagine, yet are somehow are able to stay on top of things so well they seem to go about their life in a lackadaisical manner, while we struggle to produce good work and maintain a household. What’s their secret? Why do they seem to have everything figured out; always unstressed and ready to go? Leverage. Sure, tactics like maintaining “to-do” lists (or “done” lists), setting goals, and decreasing the amount and time of meetings can all help. Be More Productive. Shorten the Workweek. Work harder on yourself than you do on your startup. How I manage my todos, priorities and calendar. I find it a constant battle to keep my priorities straight.
Dehydration (Brain Fog/Etc) How to murder your productivity. In this post, you are going to learn proven techniques that you can immediately put to use. Never Stop Hacking. This is a quick post, something that I have to get out of my mind and onto paper (err, the internets!). I was thinking earlier today about what makes me happy--really, truly happy. I had just stopped coding, and was feeling frustrated that my builds weren't working like I had hoped. I decided to go onto IRC for some procrastination, and ended up chatting with a really good friend.
My friend (who will remain unnamed), is an extremely smart fellow. One of the smartest I've ever had the pleasure of talking to. Design Your How: Set Three Goals. Last week we talked about the importance of having predictable ‘office hours.’ They’re important for your productivity and for your sanity. But they’re only important for your productivity if you actually do important work during the hours you set. The Magic of Doing One Thing at a Time - Tony Schwartz. By Tony Schwartz | 8:53 AM March 14, 2012 Why is it that between 25% and 50% of people report feeling overwhelmed or burned out at work? It’s not just the number of hours we’re working, but also the fact that we spend too many continuous hours juggling too many things at the same time. Switching From Coffee to Caffeine Pills. Mmmm. Lifehacks. Sort - Self Hacks/Productivity. Health. Health/Healthy/Health Food Info/Diets | Food.
The quantified self: Counting every moment. Self Knowledge Through Numbers. The Quantifiable Self. About 400 people interested in serious self-tracking meet for the inaugural Quantified Self conference in May this year. The rise of programmable self. Programmable self is a riff on the Quantified Self (QS). It is a simple concept: Quantify what you want to change about yourself + motivational hacks = personal change success. There are several potential “motivation hacks” that people regularly employ. Automate Your Most Annoying Errands with These Tools. Are You a Zen Coder or Distraction-Junkie? « Owl's Blog on .NET development.
Zeo sleep experiments. Someone suggested that instead of running experiments serially, with limited sample sizes (because I am impatient to try the next interesting suggestion), I could instead take a step up in statistical sophistication and use a factorial experiment design: use multiple experimental interventions simultaneously for a much larger sample size, and then run ANOVA analyses rather than simpler two-sample t-tests. No less than R.A. Fisher praises multifactorial experiments as being more efficient: squeezing more data out of a given sample.
Coffee. The Misconception: Coffee stimulates you. The Truth: You become addicted to caffeine quickly, and soon you are drinking coffee to cure withdrawal more than for stimulation. Ability to Learn Is Affected by the Timing of Sleep: Scientific American Podcast. Sleep has many functions—including facilitating learning. Nootropics.
Modafinil and startups.