Are you beginning to feel the impact of remote working?
New studies have found that remote working may result in a struggle with focus, fatigue, and frustratingly low levels of productivity.
Have you settled into a daily routine that’s not working for you?
Flexible work may have bled into your personal life, and this has kept you from having a healthy work routine and nurturing relationships at home.
You’re not a “problem employee.” You just don’t know your chronotype.
A chronotype is your genetically determined internal clock, which governs when you need to sleep. It’s determined by your PER3 gene and cannot be altered.
Your unique chronotype allows you to know your peaks and troughs in your energy levels each day.
You unconsciously abide by this “hidden pattern” of daily life, and this plays a huge role in your focus, mood, and performance at work.
The problem is...
One of the chief frustrations of many knowledge workers like you is that they don’t have the time to get their focused work done.
Not everyone is biologically designed to work from 9am-5pm.
Yet these are the hours that many employees are expected to work. Even as we shift to hybrid work arrangements, many people are still emulating this work schedule.
There is often a high degree of misalignment between employees’ chronotypes and their (often) prescribed work schedule.
You’re not alone.
8 in 10 employees suffer from work schedules that clash with their chronotype.
And this means:
- More employees are not getting the most out of their sleep and their wellbeing is compromised
- More employees are easily distracted during the day
- More employees are not performing at their best
Take the Chronotype Quiz and access your individualised report today for just $19.
So if your chronotype determines when your energy levels are at their optimum...
If your peaks of high performance depend on your chronotype...
Then knowing your chronotype is a game-changer.
What's your chronotype?
When you know your unique chronotype, you can...
Improve your focus
Identify your peak-performance windows in the day. This enables you to do your deep work without digital distractions.
Increase your Creativity
Pinpoint your creative hours each day (and ensure there are no Zoom/Teams meetings scheduled for that time each day).
Bolster your Productivity
Schedule emails and meetings when your energy and focus are waning, so you don’t waste your “mental prime time” on shallow tasks.
Benefit from a better sleep
Structure your day so you can get optimal sleep according to your chronotype’s requirements.
Design your day to work with your chronotype, not against it
When you take the quiz, you also instantly get:
- Your unique chronotype
- Instantly receive your personalised result so you’ll know if you’re a lark, middlebird, or owl
- A video explaining in detail your unique chronotype
- A PDF summary of your unique chronotype
- A personalised suggested work schedule, plus information about its impact on how you (ideally) structure your day.
- A simple and effective template to plan your ideal chronotype-based schedule.
Investment Fee: $19
About Dr. Kristy Goodwin
Having personally experienced how our always-on digital culture is compromising people’s wellbeing and is counter to optimal and sustainable performance, award-winning researcher and speaker Dr Kristy Goodwin is on a mission to promote employee wellbeing and bolster workplace productivity in an always-on digital world.
As one of Australia’s digital wellbeing and productivity experts, she shares practical brain-based hacks to tame tech habits and the latest evidence-based strategies to decode the neurobiology of peak performance in the technological era.
Senior business leaders and HR executives from the country’s top organisations engage Dr Kristy to help them promote employee digital wellbeing and performance.