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Thursday and Friday Productivity Conundrum
Jeff Kenton | Sep 18 2006
Thursdays and Fridays are generally slower - with respect to new work requests - than Monday through Wednesday. As long as I can remember, and across the various jobs I've done, this is the case.
I've noticed that I generally come up with some really fantastic ideas for processing my workload on those two days. Unfortunately, I've also found that I stink at actually incorporating those changes into my Monday-Wednesday practice.
I've been blaming my inability to incorporate new fundamental practices on the lack of time in Thursday and Friday to actually habitualize the new ideas.
Are there any ideas from the assembled mass that can assist jump-starting the ideas into practice? Essentially, it needs to occur on a Monday (I think) to be useful.
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