A friend turned me onto the above mentioned article. It's worth reading and made me wonder what do SitePoint members do the first hour of their workday?
I am scrupulous in planning next day's work at the end of the day. Yet, I find that often I don't like the looks of my task list in the morning and do other things instead of what I should be doing. Generally I check e-mail first and add anything important there to my task list. My next stop is here and then I start working my list. However, more often than not I start with the easy things and by the end of the day, the difficult things are still undone and get "planned" for tomorrow. Not good.
The article says something about eating a frog first. (A quote taken from Mark Twain.) That's maybe a better way to go about things. What do you think? What do you do in the first hour of your workday?