Motivational author Jack Canfield explains why you should plan and schedule your day's tasks the night before: to avoid spending all day reacting instead of acting, and (this is interesting) to put your subconscious mind to work all night while you sleep on your plan. The second bit might be a bit too woo-woo for you, but specific intentions are undoubtedly a good way to stay on track in hectic times at work.
Why You Should Plan Your Day the Night Before
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