The Most Important Working Habit Of Hemingway: Stop At The Height of Your Day – Art Of Practicality – Medium

I found this bit of wisdom while reading on Medium.com. It’s some very good advice! Basically, don’t work until you’re bone dry; work until you’re on top of your task, at the peak of your creative process, and then stop for the day. You’ll have extra momentum to start again from the next day if you stop when you still have work left in you! Make a note of what you want to continue on with, if you need to, but stop while you still have juice!

Go ahead and click the link and read the article for yourself. I think it’ll be very helpful!

One of my favorite things to study is the working habits of people I look up to. I’ve read about athletes, entrepreneurs, painters…

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