What does a 60-hour work week schedule look like?

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It can be fun, motivating and manageable, but only if you do it right. Read on to find out more.

Wake up at 7 am

Yoga and Meditation from 7.30 am to 8.30 am

Breakfast and Tea from 8.30 am to 9.00 am

Work starts at 9.00 am sharp.

Work ends at 9.00 pm max.

Dinner, News and TV time from 9.00 pm to 10.30 pm

Night meditation from 10.30 pm

Sleep at 11.00 pm

Repeat Monday to Friday

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Woke up late, try to complete at least the meditation routine, skip yoga (or vice-versa)

If there are no meetings between 6 to 7 pm in the evening, go for a walk.

If travel is involved, try to eat as sensible as possible.

If work extends beyond 9 pm, take a break in the evening.

Strict No-Nos:

No social meetups on weekdays – zero

No social media apps on the phone

Never wake up and start working immediately. In other words, always wake up a couple of hours before work starts.

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Avoid work.

Get out of the house.

Spend time with family.

Spend time doing something you like.

Key lessons learned:

Energy management is critical and is the key to quite some extent. Habits, daily routines and systems have to be put in place to manage energy.

If you do not recharge your batteries between 9 pm to 9 am, the next 12 hours are not going to be very productive.

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