By: Jason Womack, a Special to Overdrive
Over the years I’ve learned a few things about how to be as productive as possible across multiple time zones. When I travel from California to Central Europe, I may find myself meeting with a client in the morning — the equivalent of the middle of the night back home — and it’s up to me to stay sharp and productive. What’s more, “losing” time because of a clock change makes it all the more necessary to be as effective and efficient as possible while I travel.
Here are three ways I cope with the effects of jet lag to stay productive when crossing time zones.