Umberto Eco was right when he
We feel dead without a challenge. That’s why some of us split the day into two halves.
Morning is the first half. We try to prioritize the hardest work between the hours of 9-12 before lunch so the rest of the day is comparatively easy. But we have to be ruthless in following through.
“It’s more important you do work that’sSeth Godin
important,than you do work that’s pretty.
Alternatively, we could use those few hours at the start of the day to build up toward an industrious afternoon.
The hardest part of any structure is dealing with interruptions. All it takes is the presence of our phones to disrupt our thinking. Text messages add more petty things into our heads and onto our to-do list.
Getting to-done is a daily discipline. The imperative of movement makes us feel more alive, freer, and less regretful.