How many times do you open a new browser tab in the course of an average workday?
Probably dozens, if not hundreds.
Every time you open a new tab, it’s a pause in your activity. Maybe a micro-pause, just until you can enter the first letters of a web address in your search bar and rocket off to your next destination, but a pause nonetheless – a tiny blank slate.
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Yoga can bring amazing improvements in focus and productivity in the workplace. A regular yoga practice is proven to bring many benefits to the employees, as well as better working relationships and harmony. In this infographic, we depicted with images 5 yoga techniques that can make a huge difference in an office environment. Check it out.
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Meditation has come a long way from being reserved for monks, nuns, headstanding hermits and New Age hippies. Firmly planted in the secular world, it’s a part of 18 million Americans’ health and wellness programs.
In the past decades, scientific research has been piling up to demonstrate the mental, emotional and even physical benefits of meditation. It’s shown especially effective in the workplace, increasing productivity, alleviating stress and providing long-term boosts in focus and creativity.
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Hours spent working on the computer are often the time we take the worst care of ourselves. We sit still until our bodies get stiff, slumping into poor posture that would give our mothers a heart attack if they saw. We eat junky snacks, forget to drink and even forget to blink enough.
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What do you think is the most important trait of a successful worker?
Common answers might be focus, organization, commitment, or generally a willingness to sacrifice “personal” life for career.
Author Dave Hemsworth, along with many experts, has a different answer: the ability to have fun.
Being serious all the time can help you push through when you have a tight deadline, but it’s a recipe for burning out, losing motivation and hating your job. Plus, it stifles your creativity.
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