We all want to do our best in everything we do; so much so that we often push through those times when we’re performing at well below our optimum. We frequently work through tiredness, hunger, and stress in order to get something off the list, and end up producing something that’s not as great as we could make it.
So, how do we identify, and subsequently leverage, those moments when we reach peak performance?
As you’re working your way through your day, it’s important to check in on your body every now and again.
Once you’ve identified what it’s saying to you – and if you’ve been working through for a while it may be telling you all three things at once – address its concern. Hunger and fatigue will also affect your ability to work as productively as you are able to, so get up, get out, and refuel your body. Throughout the day, just like during your sleeping hours, your mind goes through cycles of roughly 90 minutes long, where it is alert and energetic, and where it is tired and ready for a snooze.
Although food and activity will help to refuel the body and replenish the mind with oxygenated, nutrient rich blood.
This is often why business coaches recommend working in blocks of 1 to 1 and a half hours at a time. Be aware of your mind and if you’re finding the work a challenge, you may need to re-plan the blocks of your day; move the tasks requiring more brain power into the up part of your cycle, and the simpler, more mundane tasks into the down part.
Your best performance will occur when your stress levels are lower, and your happiness is higher.
Tuning into your mind and body, and determining what it is that works for you is going to give you a lot more power over how well you go about your day. Our mission is to assist in developing individuals and transforming organisations by encouraging and challenging people to reach their highest potential, lead inspired lives and embrace opportunities to make a positive difference.

Athena is the goddess of wisdom, courage, inspiration, civilisation, law and justice, just warfare, mathematics, strength, strategy, the arts, crafts, and skill. Stardust is another essential resource that there never seems to be enough of, especially as you start levelling up your Pokemon with high CP levels.
Right now, eggs are pretty much the best endgame activity, since they provide you with a much higher chance of seeing something new and also give out better rewards than gyms.
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If you’ve been sitting hunched over for a while, for example, there’s a good chance that the blood flow to your brain is slowed, and your performance is compromised. Part of it is to replenish your body, and the other reason is to work with your brain energy cycles. This is partly due to the ease of the task, but also the freedom your mind experiences during these times. However, if you’re aware of how you’re feeling when you do them, you at least have the opportunity to do something about it.
Knowing your optimal times and activities for excellent performance is going to result in much better productivity – and product!
In fact, as women we are natural collaborators who work together to pool resources and come up with the best solutions.
You’ll be supported by Linda Murray, a successful businesswoman who has extensive practical business experience and academic qualifications in Business Coaching and Psychology.
Having Linda by my side over the past 2 years has enabled me to take on challenges head first with confidence.
Upgrades become super expensive after a certain point, requiring you to start saving Stardust by the tens of thousands and since holding a gym only nets you 500 Stardust once a day (assuming you can even hold it for more than a day or two at this point, which can be quite the task), that quickly becomes a pretty unreliable way to earn Stardust.

Pokemon Go will clearly need to add more activities in the future to keep the hardcore base satiated, but right now, getting them out and walking long distances to hatch some eggs seems to be doing just fine. The idea of our website is to inspire you with colors, shapes, symbols and trends for your interior design projects by providing you with some of the most beautiful photographs published on the web and uploaded by our users. Or perhaps a brisk walk outdoors to get the blood flowing, and nutrients to where you need them most. Generally speaking, the first 1.5 to 2 hours after you get up and out of bed are your peak performance hours, and the cycle goes on from there. On the other hand, if you’re bored, or you don’t particularly enjoy the task, you’re more likely to feel frustrated, and even a little sad. Stressed, frustrated minds make for blocked thought processes, so your performance will be impeded. Fortunately, hatching eggs nets you significantly more Stardust in one go than you’ll get from catching Pokemon or holding gyms. In order to save it, just right click on the picture, then select "Save Image As" in your browser.
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