Are you an early or late chronotype?

Monday, April 6th, 2009


"If we really wanted a productive solution for life and business, we would let morning people work at their optimum time, and let night persons work when they are at their best. A novel thought, but maybe people would be happier and more productive?"

Dr. John Medina, Author Brain Rules.

Discussion/Comments (6):

Are you an early or late chronotype?

Mostly a morning person here, though I frequently get a second wind at night. What about you, Eric?

Posted at 4/6/2009 7:05:05 PM by Rick Ladd


re: Are you an early or late chronotype?

Things get productive for me around 11.

PM, that is.

Posted at 4/6/2009 7:09:47 PM by Eric Mack


Are you an early or late chronotype?

Having been to conferences with you Eric, I can relate to that video. You're the guy in the grey suit, though you haven't had to do the punch down with me yet :-)

LOL.

M.

Posted at 4/6/2009 8:50:30 PM by Michael Sampson


Are you an early or late chronotype?

I think that this video should not only apply to workers but also to students. Life would be great for me if I could sleep in until eleven and stay up until twelve or one.

Posted at 4/6/2009 9:32:26 PM by Wendy Mack


Are you an early or late chronotype?

I am an early chronotype.Yeah, its right, we are living in the world which has too much diversities.So it depends on the person on which time he is productive.

Posted at 4/21/2009 3:41:32 AM by Arshad


Are you an early or late chronotype?

Early, I reckon. When left to set my own schedule, I do best starting around 11 p.m. I usually hit a wall about 3 or 4 p.m. My sleep requirements never truly fit in the 8-5 world.

Posted at 4/25/2009 4:18:47 AM by marianne barrett



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