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We all want to enhance our efficiency, but how do we do it? As a guiding principle, Donna McGeorge, author of The First 2 Hours, suggests that how we use time at the beginning of the day is key.

Carefully structuring the day ahead rather than knocking off routine tasks from the get-go can make all the difference.

“For most, our most productive time will be first thing in the morning. By afternoon, our body and brain will be ready to switch to some routine tasks,” McGeorge says.

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