How to reclaim your day in one hour

One minute briefing: Stop waking up and getting ready for work; first it’s time to work on yourself, says Adrienne Herbert.

by Orianna Rosa Royle

What do you do in the first hour of your day? Hands up if you scroll through Twitter, check the news or have a glance at your emails - my hand is firmly raised. 

But Adrienne Herbert, TED Talk speaker, podcaster and author of Power Hour, argues that by doing so you're taking in other people's noise before you've even had a chance to have an original thought of your own

“This is the time when your brain is primed to be creative and open to new ideas,” she says. 

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