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Autopilot Your Day

How much of your day do you need to plan out? Do you have a routine in the morning? How long does it last? When do you start deviating from it? You don’t need to know the answers to all of these questions, but you can free up a ton of time and boost your productivity if you put as much of your day on autopilot as possible.

Use these three steps to program your day and get the most out of yourself. (And take OptiMind to bring you to that next level)

So start putting your day on autopilot for as long as possible, and free up your brain to think about more important things.


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With a perfect system, you’ll be amazed by how much you can accomplish.

Cheers To Your Success,AlternaScript Team

P.S. When you’re trying to maximize efficiency and get the most out of your life, sometimes you need that extra boost, so try OptiMind. The ingredients in OptiMind can help you get the focus and energy you need to unlock your potential.

1. Write It Down. Don’t just make a checklist. Make a schedule, and make it one that fits every day.

 Take the time to figure out how long the necessities take and what you can fit in. Once you build your schedule stick to it, until you can do it without thinking. This way, you can free up your mind to work on your next big project, while you’re going about your daily routine.

2. Focus On Step One

Think of the first task that might go wrong. What’s the first thing you do every day that might throw you off your game or knock your schedule of course. For me, that’s catching the bus to work. If I don’t get to the bus stop on time, I’ll be half an hour late, so I NEED to make it. My morning routine is designed around making sure that step gets completed. Find whatever that is for you, and start your routine by making sure it can’t ruin the rest of your day.

3. Observe Yourself

As you build out your new system from the bottom up, you’ll notice gaps in your day or spaces you can fill. Keep track of those. That way you can continue to perfect your scheduling and make sure your day is as efficient as possible. If you walk to work, but always end up getting there early, maybe some morning gym time is in the cards. If you always get breakfast at the same place, you can add that to your schedule for extra detail. Seeing what you do naturally can help you set up a system for what you want to add or change.