Oct 16, 2013
From the blog [Bakadesuyo](http://www.bakadesuyo.com/2013/10/productivity-ninja/):
>1) Know When You’re At Your Best
>And plan accordingly. To be a productivity ninja focus less on time management, and more on managing your energy.
>Charlie Munger, Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, used a system like this to make sure he was always growing.
>He identified the hours when he was at his best — and then routinely stole one of those peak hours for learning.
>>Charlie Munger hit upon one strategy when he was a young lawyer. He decided that whenever his legal work was not as intellectually stimulating as he’d like, “I would sell the best hour of the day to myself.” He would take otherwise billable time at the peak of his day and dedicate it to his own thinking and learning. “And only after improving my mind — only after I’d used my best hour improving myself — would I sell my time to my professional clients.”
There are four more entries, but posting them here would probably violate copyright. Anyone implement any of the suggestions listed?