Source: In The Black magazine

by Thea O’Connor

People have different chronotypes. Designing a work day that suits the body clocks of both early birds and night owls is a smart way to boost workplace performance…

Jacob Aldridge, director of financial advisory at businessDEPOT, is a “proud night owl” who knows the feeling. Several years ago, he committed a whole year to waking up at 6am, morning running, and going to bed at a reasonable hour.

“The relief I felt when I reached the one-year anniversary was palpable,” he says.

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