You have 4 hours to put in your best productive, creative, clear work each day.
For most of us it’s soon after we wake up. If you wake up at 7:30. You could blaze through an amazing morning from 9 to 1.
It’s possible that your best 4 hours are not soon after you wake up.
According Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker, 40% of us are morning people, 30% night owls, and 30% middles.
That might determine when your best 4 hours are.
Stephen Pressfield, author of The War of Art, writes about ritualizing his 4 hours and committing to it come hell or high water.
Maybe you want to get in your cave and light candles. Or, take a daily dalliance to the remote cabin of your mind.
Sit at your earthly desk, make a prayer to the angels of creativity, and jump down the chute.