Your Daily Rhythm: Work With Your Body Clock

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Whats it all about?

Do you feel great first thing in the morning but experience an afternoon slump? Or maybe your brain only starts to get going after lunchtime? Do you feel confused when you hear about “morning people” and “evening people”, because you have bursts of energy throughout the day? Many people force their brain to do the wrong kinds of work at the wrong times of day. But not you!

Did you know that you can work with (instead of against) your personal daily rhythm by tweaking what work you do at different times of day? If you’ve ever raised an eyebrow at one-size-fits-all advice like “do your most important work in the morning” (because, surely, what works best is different for everyone), then this class is for you.

What will we cover?

We’re going to talk about how to get the most out of your day, based on YOUR personal body clock. You’ll be more productive, know the best times to take breaks, and have more fun with your work and chores.

Learn about :
• Your brain’s two basic modes of thinking, and how to harness each one throughout the day.
• How to tailor your daily working rhythms to your personal body clock. (What time of day should you do creative work? When should you do focused, concentrated work?)
• How to time your breaks to help recharge your brain and feel more energised.
• How working better (not faster) helps you get more done, in less time.
• Examples of what an ideal working day looks like for morning people, evening people, and everything in between.

Who will be teaching?

Christina Majoinen

Christina Majoinen is a workshop facilitator, writer, and productivity expert.  While doing her Master of Arts in analytic philosophy (Monash University), Christina realised she really, really loved teaching, but really, really hated marking. That’s why she now facilitates workshops – the best of both worlds! She’s still a fully-signed-up, die-hard believer in academic rigour, which is why she teaches tools that have been scientifically proven to work for real people.

Christina’s business, Project TGL, offers workshops, one-on-one consulting, and lots of free articles about productivity skills that help you live better – not faster.