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16 Tips for Getting 90 Percent of Your Work Done Before Lunch
BY NEIL PATEL
Co-founder, Crazy Egg
Imagine this. By the time lunch rolls around, you push back from your desk with a satisfied sigh, saunter off to your car, and drive off to have a leisurely, stress-free lunch, daydreaming about the 18 holes that you're going to play for the rest of the day. This can be for real. You can get 90 percent or more of your work done in the morning. Around the time people are groping for the next shot of caffeine, you're shutting down your Macbook and chilling out. How do you do this? I'm going to give you 16 amazing productivity tips, but first let me set the stage:
How to make choosing easier
Dr Gilbert's featured story is called...
"A day like any other."
"It's 10 times easier to satisfy an existing customer than it is to find a new one."
You control 82%
of the reasons you lose a customer.
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