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Find Out Where Your Time Goes With This Productivity Chart


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When Info We Trust's graphics depicting the productivity of the average days of the creative geniuses of yore went viral last this week, we were impressed like so many others — after all, it's pretty cool to see how the masters made it work!

But more importantly, we thought this method of visualizing time was an awesome way to quickly understand what each of these masters spend their time doing—and would be something that all of us could use to get a better handle on our own time. After all, the first step in becoming more productive is understanding where your time is going now!

It's simple — grab the visual below (click for the full-size image) and then either print it out or open it up in MS Paint or Photoshop. Using the paint tool (or your colored pencils), give each activity a unique color, and then color in each hour of the circle based on the activity you usually fill that time with.

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