Did you ever wonder if you are productive enough? Are you working too much or too little? Well, you won't find the answer in this article.
But now you can compare your productivity schedule to the creative routines of geniuses thanks to visualizations created by RJ Andrews at Info We Trust.
RJ Andrews used information from the book "Daily Rituals: How Artists Work" by Mason Currey to show the average amount of time a person spent on a given activity per day, while adding enlightening facts about their personality, such as Honore Balzac's penchant for drinking 50 cups of coffee a day (and you thought you drank a lot of coffee).
As it turns out, there is no magic formula for the best way to be productive and creative in a given day. Each person must find their own best method for getting work done.
For more information on this topic, also check out the Huffington Post article by Kevin Short, "Here's How The World's Most Brilliant People Scheduled Their Days."