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Chapter 5. Productivity cycles > Evaluating productivity cycles

Evaluating productivity cycles

Once you know your productivity cycle, you can plan to work on your top priorities during that time. For example, if you commonly feel tired after lunch, you can schedule priority tasks in the morning instead of scheduling them after lunch.

Pricing helps to manage time

When thinking about managing your time, you should price your time, so you understand just how expensive your time is and how much it costs your company when you do not spend it wisely. To price your time, multiply your annual salary by 1.5, which accounts for bonuses and additional monetary benefits. Then, divide the resulting number by the number of working hours per year. Then, divide that number by 60. This resulting number gives you the price of every working minute.


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