Recent research suggests that we work better in shorter sprints rather than 8 hour marathons.

Neuroscience is showing us that we have 90-minute attentiveness cycles during the day, just as we have 90-minute sleep cycles at night.

We also know that when we take breaks, such as go for a walk, our brains are actually more active, refreshed and primed for insight.

Suggested best practice from neuroscience is to work in 90-minute cycles and then take a break.