Maximize Work Productivity by Protecting Power Hours

If you're familiar with the Ridiculously Efficient Track, Hack and Attack productivity strategy, you're probably aware of your "power hours," or the times of your day in which you're firing on all cylinders. To be productive at work, you must protect these periods fiercely by only using them for work.

For example, if you find that your energy, focus and creativity peak between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., avoid scheduling conference calls, meetings, appointments or any other distractions during that period. Hide your phone. Close your email program. Shut your door or put on headphones. Optimize your environment for peak flow. Once you've eliminated distractions, supercharge your power hours by working in spurts.

How do you protect your power hours?

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Marissa Brassfield

Marissa Brassfield is a productivity expert, branding consultant and communication efficiency specialist who helps entrepreneurs and high-performance teams become ridiculously efficient.

Marissa has worked with some of the most visionary entrepreneurs on the planet. She’s dialed in to the frustrations these results-oriented, interrupt-driven individuals have with bureaucracy and suboptimal team performance. Her coaching helps entrepreneurs counteract growth-killing practices and unlock unparalleled performance from their support staff.