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In this video, Chelsea talks about the popular productivity rules that are actually BS — because waking up at 4 AM has nothing to do with whether or not …

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The Financial Diet 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

What works for some, may not work for others, so trying to fit into someone else's mold usually ends up being counterproductive! If you're looking for other ways to adjust your thinking and habits, check out this video: https://bit.ly/3skxZFm!

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MyDeadWhisper 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Is it just me or did a lot of these points also touch up on those tedious and seemingly pointless questionnaires about your workplace attitudes you fill out when applying for a job? The ones in which you’re given a multiple choice question asking you if you describe yourself as….

Like to be the best among your colleagues
Do you perform better with multiple tasks or can only focus on one
Prefer to turn in your work by deadline or will turn it in only when it’s perfect
Etc

And those questions repeat themselves but are worded differently each time.

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Soleftimright 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I wake up and start work no later than 5:30 am. I am not a morning person. I use the slowness of thought and the lack of creativity to do things that I will find hard to concentrate on later in the day as I hit my optional speed and creative stage around 11am-2pm and then start the decline into less and less useful. I work more than most people, which means I work circles around most people, and I do that by stacking my work to do tasks that I'm suited to at the times of day that I'm best able to do them. Not everyone has that sort of job, but if you do, then it's something to think about even if you aren't your most sharp before 6 am.

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Olga Jaworska 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Vegan diet has nothing to do with health, it's an ethical position and extends way beyond food

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Lori Jones 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Night owl here. Lifelong annoyance with morning people who think sleeping in is a moral failure, so I'm glad you brought it up. Thanks.

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Vega North 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Sleep problems? Imagine working erratic closing-opening shifts in retail.
First-In/Last-Out? Imagine having to stay later because of retail.
Special diets? Imagine only having 15 minutes to eat during the one break you get working retail.
Multitasking? Imagine having to work on 5 different duties when you're working retail.

Retail industries perpetuate human rights violations.

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Tammy Stockley-loughlin 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Businesses that I worked for that stressed efficiency over customer engagement will lose their customer base…without the customer, you have no business. Also balancing your work/life is key for keeping your mental state in a good place at work. Positive vibes from New Hampshire and remember to be kind to each other and yourself during this pandemic and social crisis

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paleobc65 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Work smarter not harder!

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Giowow 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Thank you so much for mentioning the perfectionism point. I started going to therapy and this is one of the things I'm trying to fix. Everyone makes you believe that everything have to be perfect, even yourself, and that is so harmful to self-esteem.

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Amber Powers 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

THANK YOU for the first one. No matter how early I force myself to go to bed, I never wake up feeling refreshed. It doesn't matter if I got 7,8,10 hours of sleep, I still feel groggy in the morning. I am just NOT a morning person no matter how hard I try, and I'm tired of being made to feel like I'm lazy because I like to sleep in longer.

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Kate from Outta Space 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Yes! Exactly! The fact that I operate better at night is so not acknowledged by the outdated system of our work culture.

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Kim Slone 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Whenever "purity" is the focus, it's an indicator of fundamentalism. And fundamentalism of any kind is psychologically unbalanced, cultic, dysfunctional and definitely not recommended or sustainable.

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Imola Szilagyi 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Were forced to be "morning people" from kindergarten. It suuuuucks.

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Ikine 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I used to work in freelance translation. I woke up at 2pm and went to bed at 5am every day. I got all my work done, it was just at different hours than most people.

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Hunnyandbee 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

omg thank you, i just thought there was something wrong with me since i've followed or *tried to follow all of these rules at one point or another and just found they made no difference or i couldn't stick to them

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Petitio Principii 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

If I'm not mistaken, there's even some study on multi-tasking, or indirectly relevant to it, saying something along the lines that every time one changes tasks, there's some significant cognitive cost/effort, that slows the person down and tires them more than sticking with the same task the whole time, or working in batches of the same task. I believe it's even somewhat widely cited on blogs/sites/videos with productive tips, these days, countering the "multitasking is good" narrative. Somewhat related, I once saw some analogy of this thing of grouping the same kind of task together being even something that was implemented on relatively modern CPUs (or operating system kernels, I'm not sure) to optimize how smoothly and fast computers themselves work. Not that how the brain works and how CPUs or computer operating systems work is tremendously analog, it's just an interesting coincidence.

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monica loves cats 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

literally grew up with my dad always saying dont bother doing anything unless youre doing it right. so…ive got a lot of unlearning to do

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Jani V 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Loved this video as a OBGYN resident who averages 60 hours a week on the low end! Being at work 12-14 hrs oer day is exhausting and truly sometimes feel like I could be doing more/better for my pts if there was more time/acceptance of down time/more sleep.

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Flippy DaFlip 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

In my experience there are two favorite ways for management to gaslight and harass their subordinates – the demand for "multi-tasking" (that thing so impossible for humans to do that we had to invent computers to do it for us) and the demand for "time management" (the impossibility of which is easily proved by the fact that no government on earth has ever created a "Department Of Time").

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Sera Ann 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I am a night owl/ delay sleep clock always have been even when I was an infant. I’m studying to be a teacher and the best advice I got was choose to either be the morning teacher or the afternoon teacher. Our expected hours 8-4 however she said she chooses to come in at 7:30 and leave at 3:30 because it is the same amount of work hours. If you are an after noon person come in at 8:30 or 30mins before class starts but stay back an extra half hour in the afternoon to make up for the later start. I prefer that method because I know that when I get in in the morning I would have all of my lesson materials ready on my desk from the afternoon beforehand therefore less stress in the mornings with my sleepy brain

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tanya fletcher 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Yaaasss!!! I struggle with perfectionism on the daily! 🙄

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Danielle Saunders 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I’m SO glad that you mentioned diets. They’re such a time stealer.

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Tiffanye Davenport 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I once took a personal development class in business school where the professor tried to make the point that anyone can become a morning person if they make it a habit, and that those people were more productive. I rarely voluntarily spoke in class, let alone engaged in a debate with a professor, but I definitely did at that point.

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genoemi 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

This makes me feel like I’m not crazy! Thank you!

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Shelby Janke 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

also I am HERE for the anti- diet culture speak!

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Shelby Janke 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I need 10 hours of sleep to function. I'm 25 but have always felt like I'll never be an ~adult~ until I can wake up early and start my day before the rest of the world. The first tip was so refreshing to hear!

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Saanvi Singh 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

You said you’ve never been a morning person then how can you call this hack useless even for yourself let alone others, you didn’t even try it :/

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Stephanie Douglass 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Multitasking. I'm a teacher and my district wants us to teach online and in person at the same time.

It sucks because I want to be good at my job. 😭

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Olivia Kinter 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Chelsea, do you know about the "sleep chronotype" factor? We tend to be classified into one of 4 types (lion, bear, wolf, or dolphin) according to our sleep & productivity patterns. This helped me so much in figuring some things out about myself.

Ex. https://www.wellandgood.com/chronotype-quiz/

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Jami Gosse 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

My absolute favourite thing about this channel is how real it is!! You guys are amazing❤️

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Gerald McMullon 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Wake up at 8am! Gosh that is the middle of the night.

I practised last in and went home when the first in arrived. My best work was done when the office was empty. At the early stages of developing I needed information and would question colleagues to get that information and checked their input with others. Once the plan was set out it was a matter of juggling all the balls up in the air whilst getting down in code.

I really dislike jobs where workers have to be at work over a 12 hour period. It is okay once in a while to finish off a job but not on a pre-planned and made to do by the employer. I do not believe we are as safe and accurate after about 6 hours work and by the tenth hour things are never so good from minor accidents, having to redo things and forgetting what you had previously planned to do.

Don't work more work smarter.

I will work on not being a perfectionist once I have got procrastination off my to to do list.

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Iesha Al-Abadi 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Just 3 minutes into the video, really nice.

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oaktree_ 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

If you've ever worked in food service, you know it's "first in first out" haha

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Anna St. Clair 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I wish office jobs had "no email hours" 2-4 hours a day where no one in the organization would be allowed to send emails or IMs. This would allow me to do SOO much more rather than working on a task while trying to respond to every little email I get.

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Dana Living Abroad 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Gosh. I want to work for you.

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Lucas Moore 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Didn't throw so much light into the digital investment fallacies, Cryptos and those kind of digital investments. Our traditional 401 institutions aren't really that efficient as cyrpto investment institution.

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Larissa Shen 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I am an unintentional morning person thanks to insomnia.

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roguedogx 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

0:20 personally, I've already decided that it is important to have some, but humans are not robots and should not live as such. therefore if you are at the point where you are analyzing productivity outside of work, you have probably gone too far. also if work is your life, gone too far.

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Ana Goldberg 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Vegan is not a diet. It's a lifestyle/philosophy.

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Sam Comer 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

But that Navy Man said if I make my bed every day, I'll be successful!

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Narges Khosravi 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Veganism is not a diet. It is a social, political stance against the oppression and exploitation of non-human animals. What you're talking about is a plant-based diet. "Vegan diet" sounds like "anti-slavery cotton farming"! Objecting to the idea of exploiting others is not a farming style (although it of course includes not exploiting their labour on your farm).

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Najme Givi 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

'If you're not the best, just quit. The sooner the better.'
I had a professor who said this at the start of every semester. It was awful.

Hey, beautiful stranger who's reading this comment,
Please don't listen to these people.

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Enam Hussain 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Thank you, that was really useful. 🙂

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Linblomma 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I've read that people naturally have different internal clocks for task division round the clock, eg shifts for guarding the group against dangers in nature

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JunimoDruid 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

1. I'm a Night Owl, this is unnatural to me ; literally cannot function at 8am
2. I've had employers tell me to clock in & clock out "on the dot," they don't wanna pay overtime ; this seems "inspired by" traditional Japanese businesses which are gruelingly inefficient
3. My body protests all these "miracles," including most recently the 16:8 intermittent fasting
4. How about just be the best team player for the task at hand? You have to co-op at work, why be competitive within your own team?
5. pfffft, there went any sense of focus
6. ….still working on kicking this distressingly misery-inducing habit

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Elitsa Hadzhiivanova 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I happen to know very few people who, like me, tend to be early birds. So why do we require that from people from the moment they start to attend school when it’s just not natural for the majority? 🤷🏻‍♀️ and then we wonder why so many are addicted to caffeine and sugar

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Kadri Kallas 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I almost never comment but I feet this video is just made for views. No one recommends multitasking to be productive! No one says you have to wake up early to get more done, you should have a morning routine so you are in change of your day. Meaning you wake up before anyone else wakes you and do something for your mind and body. Instead of jumping in a car and driving to work on autopilot!

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jona peralta 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

You are such a positive voice in this space TFD. The pandemic here in America was so mentally destructive with many of us tearing ourselves up for lack of productivity. The idea that productivity as an abstract concept being arbitrary is definitely not discussed enough.
Combined with stagnant wages and civil unrest, as a society, we just tell each other to work harder and ignore the core issues (ie being paid enough to NOT HAVE TO work 40+ hours). It’s such a difficult thing to unlearn but videos like these are always a breath of fresh air.

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Kadri Kallas 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

Productivity has nothing to do with time. It’s all about energy and focus.

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C T 16/09/2021 - 10:32 AM

I really appreciate the amount of research that was put into this! Thank you!!!

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