Some will agree the best time to plan your day is early in the morning. That way your mind has had a chance to incubate ideas during the night. Also you’ll be more refreshed.
Others say the best time to plan is the night before. You’ll be under less pressure. Then when you arise you’ll be able to hit the street running.
One of our clients uses a different approach and for him it is very effective. He said, “I split my planning time. I spend fifteen minutes creating an initial plan the night before, and then I validate it with fifteen more minutes of planning in the morning.” That way he capitalizes on the benefits of both morning and evening planning.
Do you like the idea? Give it a try!
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