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The Cognitive Scientist’s Handbook to Working an Optimal Day

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, a training program designed to put a brain-centered approach on human performance. The ECHO program is part of , a consultancy that works with government and military organizations to create productive, mission-ready cultures.

Within that scope, ECHO’s mission is to improve cognitive performance with field-tested tactics and research-based strategies.One of ECHO’s most popular workshops is called Optimal Day.

Its purpose is to help people understand their brains’ ebbing and flowing cycles of neuroactivity—what chronobiologists call the circadian rhythm—and use those changing cycles to their advantage depending on the time of day.“[It’s a] roughly 24-hour rhythm, and it’s based somewhat on the light-dark cycle,” Loney says. “It affects different fluctuations in our body temperature, our hormones, and all of that, and that actually affects what time is best for certain things, because there are actually times associated with optimal performance for mental and physical tasks.”If your workday starts foggily and ends groggily, Loney’s science-based solution might be for you.

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