“Eat a live frog first thing every morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” -Mark Twain
The best time to eat your important or daunting task is for breakfast. At least that is what I have found to be the best for me. (If you’re most important task is eating breakfast then it seems like there may be a serious problem, or maybe not so much). I know I am definitely not a “night owl,” but an “early bird.” I feel less stressed throughout the day if I have already done what’s most important to me before I go to work. But people are different.
It is really all about you and when you’re mental superpowers are the highest ( P.S. I just saw Avengers Endgame. It was the worst movie I’ve ever seen.) If you don’t know when your mental super powers are the highest and you really want to figure that out, so you can be more productive, and therefore (hopefully) less stressed, then make your “most important task” just that.
Most recently my most important tasks have been completing my certification in Health Coaching from ITN, so that I can begin to do something I am truly passionate about. That isn’t to say I can’t start educating millennials about anxiety/stress and digestive relief before I become certified!
For now, I think it is a good idea to do your most daunting and/or important task first, along with working on “1 task at a time.” Unless you have a different time where your mental superpowers are at their peak.
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