Day 2: Quit While You Still Have Your Juice.

Ernest Hemingway: You write until you come to a place where you still have your juice and know what will happen next and you stop and try to live through until the next day when you hit it again. 

If you are a human being in the internet age, you may be suffering from burnout. One of the ways to get ahead tomorrow is to cut out early today. When you try and do too much, you end up cutting corners, multi-tasking and losing focus. Think of that time you went on Google to QUOTE-UNQUOTE research . . . (insert literally anything) and ended up looking at happy snaps of some tanned stranger.

Daily Task: 

Write down the 3 most important things you HAVE to do today. DO NOT allow yourself to do anything else at work. If you finish early, do yourself a favour and play hooky: take a nap, go for a walk/run or check out that new show you didn’t think you were going to have time to catch.

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