#321: Easing In and Easing Out

One of the things I vowed to change when I went out on my own in 2006 was to structure my workweek in a way that better matched my own personal rhythm.

I’ve never enjoyed jumping right into my work on Monday mornings. I did that for 6 years in one of my sales jobs and I hated it.

I need to ease into my week, not dive right in.

Same with the middle of the week. I preferred a certain flow and intensity. And I also had preferences for how I capped off the week on Fridays.

Have you given thought to what weekly and daily rhythm works best for YOU?

That’s what we’re discussing in this week’s podcast episode. I’ll share how I structure my week and how you cand find your own natural flow.

The notes that follow are a very basic, unedited summary of the show. There’s a lot more detail in the audio version. You can listen to the show using the audio player below. Or you can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music or wherever you listen to podcasts.

[00:01:01] Buffer day for planning and preparation.

[00:03:28] Align work structure with personal rhythm.



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