In the Before Time (read: before coronavirus struck and remote work became more commonplace) there were four types of people on the morning commute.
First, there was the person falling asleep in their seat – most likely one of the 15% of Americans who doze off while at work. Second, there’s the one working on their laptop while drinking their fourth cup of coffee of the day. Then there’s the person who’s listening to music or reading a book, conserving their productivity for the office. Last but not least, there’s the individual who’s working one minute but snoring the next.
These people are wolves, lions, bears, and dolphins respectively.
Not sure what the hell I’m talking about?
Then you haven’t heard of chronotypes.
Luckily for you, in this Process Street post I’ll be exploring what a chronotype is, the 4 different sleep chronotypes, and how to find and hack your chronotype for maximal productivity.
Just read through these sections to get completed clued-up:
- The chronotype definition
- Bear, wolf, lion, and dolphin: The four chronotypes
- The benefits of identifying your sleep chronotype
- How to find your chronotype
- How to hack and make the most of your chronotype!
Time’s ticking, so let’s dive in! 🌙