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Scientists Say These Are the 2 Most Important Hours of Your Day. Are You Making the Most of Them?

Save your most important work for when you're most productive.
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Ben Angel explains how one study found that people are often the most productive in the first two hours after they wake up -- typically between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. That's why it's important to keep yourself from scrolling through social media feeds or getting caught up in email when you start your day -- you should reserve that time for working on whatever's most pressing and important, because that's when you're at your best.

Wait until later in the morning or lunch to check your emails, and you'll find you already have a head start on your day.

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