How do you have your best day at work?
And the Twittersphere had plenty to say on the matter, sharing some valuable insight on morning routines, tackling big tasks and longterm projects, and making the most out a job you don’t love.
Here are some of the most compelling insights people had about what it takes to have the best workday:
An ideal morning routine includes time for yourself.
— Heather (@heatheroutloud) March 29, 2016
Early morning gratitude can go a long way.
I think about 3 reasons I'm grateful to have work, & 3 best possible outcomes of doing my work well. #BestWorkDay
— Kelly McGonigal (@kellymcgonigal) March 29, 2016
I think about 3 reasons I’m grateful to have work, & 3 best possible outcomes of doing my work well. #BestWorkDay
You can and should plan to keep your day organized.
Having a plan on how your day unfolds keeps my morning organized. Otherwise, I get swept away by every new email that pops up #BestWorkDay
— Shankar Vedantam (@HiddenBrain) March 29, 2016