We are all used to patting ourselves on the back for our good habits while trying our hardest to get rid of the bad ones. And yet… the tireless scientists arrived at a conclusion that can come across as counter-intuitive. Good habits can keep us from growing and evolving.
Do good habits hold us back and make us commit errors? Unfortunately, that’s what sometimes happens. And right now let’s look at a few more specific situations.
There are a great number of recommendations, rules and tips to help you do it all. The hard part is following them: most of us simply won’t be able to, for a variety of reasons. Today we suggest a nearly perfect (as perfection is not attainable) way to become as productive as one possibly can. The great thing about this one is that you can really make it work. It is after all brilliantly simple. So here we go.
At the average office, the productivity level leaves much to be desired. There are many reasons for it – a whole bunch of distractions like social networks, surfing the internet, pointless chitchatting with colleagues. Our mind ends up cluttered and we are unable to enjoy a productive working process. So what can be done? Turns out, there is a way that’s great for effectively clearing your mind. It’s been there for thousands of years and its effectiveness stood the test of many generations.
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Once the slightest signs of spring become evident on the other side of the window, a timer is activated in our brain that starts counting down to the vacation we already planned. The spring drip-drop and the lively twitter of birds are keeping you in anticipation, but you do need to work. So how to make it until the long awaited vacation without losing your mind? Here are some recommendations.
There probably isn’t a single person out there who’s not afraid of making a mistake, coming across as weak or getting billed as a loser. Someone lives with this fear all the time, someone is constantly trying to escape from it and some learn to cope with it. Let’s try to figure out how to stop fearing making mistakes and start living your life to the fullest.
GTD (Getting Things Done) is a time management method developed by a productivity consultant and writer that authored a book by the same name, David Allen.
The main principle of GTD states – one should not overburden themselves with what needs to be done rather than just add it to the list. All attention should be focused on actually completing a single task at hand.
Chronic stress has become our constant companion. We already wrote about escaping it, but today let’s talk more about another efficient way – meditation. Its effectiveness has been proven by centuries of practice in the East. Today we are witnessing an overwhelming popularity of meditation in Europe and the USA. Progressive companies even practice in-office meditation classes. Today let’s talk about cleansing your own mind and rebooting your brain to avoid losing your calmness and concentration at work.
Last time we talked about ways of escaping chronic fatigue. Today we’ll talk about resting the right way. Unfortunately, by far not everyone can even imagine what a quality rest is supposed to be like. This ignorance comes with very unfortunate consequences, as this “pseudo rest” does not take the load off your body and gives it no chance to restore itself.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has been a traditional diagnosis for a modern megalopolis dweller for a while now. Unfortunately, the exhausting, incessant and restless rhythm of life in a typical megalopolis is only likely to contribute to its development. It wouldn’t be a big deal if it wasn’t for the fact that chronic fatigue is not just delayed accumulated need for rest but also the root of many diseases and conditions, from neuroses to secondary immune deficiency disease. Can chronic fatigue be avoided? Keep reading below.