Here's What a Perfect Workday for Your Brain Looks Like

Dana Covit

What would it take to be more productive at work? What about to be more productive and happier? As it turns out, the two goals may not be as divergent as you might think. In his book The Best Place to Work, psychologist Ron Friedman, Ph.D., reveals the best way to structure your day to get the most done. Friedman recently spoke with Harvard Business Review about how employees can optimize their schedules to improve their output and boost their mood—scroll below for all the details.

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