The Daily Highlight

Hey friends,

I haven’t done one of these newsletters in a while but hopefully I should be back in the swing of things now as I have had a break that has been far too long for my own good.


Today I want to talk about a productivity hack that I may or may not have discussed before but there is a good chance you have either forgotten it or you weren’t subscribed to this newsletter at the time so I’m going to feel free to write about it anyways.

How to Execute the Technique

The technique is very simple but very effective. Every morning when you make out your to-do list you make out a Daily Highlight. This is the one thing that is going to benefit you the most and is the most important thing that you have to do for the day.

The Psychology behind the Daily Highlight

The Daily Highlight is an excellent way to give you a boost as if you get that done you have won the day as that was the one thing you needed to do and you did it.

Benefits of the Daily Highlight

Obviously I am not suggesting for you to only do one task every day as that would be unfeasible but this technique but this is a great way of convincing yourself to start being productive by setting out 1 key task everyday.

But even if you just did that Daily Highlight every day for a year your life would probably be much better as lots of people (including myself) aren’t doing that at the moment. On the very rare days I do this it helps give me clarity on my day and what I need to do.


I would say you might as well try it out for a month as I don’t see any downsides and if it doesn’t work you can stop.

Have a great week!


P.S Should I keep the headings or scrap them in the future?

❤️ My Favourite Things This Week

  1. Chess Club - Last week a chess club has started in the school that has been enjoyable and sociable and it’s supposed to be expanding to draughts.
  2. Birthday - Last Sunday we celebrated my Grans Birthday in the Castletroy Park Hotel and it was great to see my cousins and have them back at the house.

✍️ Quote of the Week

” Who you are, what you think, feel, and do, what you love—is the sum of what you focus on.