I used to feel that the evening and night hours were when I was most creative and worked best. This is not the case.
Over the years, I’ve found that the time right after I get up is when I’m the most productive. I am concentrated, work faster, and hardly get distracted. I also find it easier to come up with ideas. The tank of thoughts is relatively empty in the morning. They don’t jump around yet.
As the day goes on, the tasks on the to-do list pop up and stick stubbornly because I still want to wash the car, write the bill and go grocery shopping.
Meanwhile, I put the most critical tasks in the first hour of the day. That means no meetings, appointments, and no social media, or news.
The first hour is sacred to me and belongs to me alone.