The tons of emails, instant messages and phone calls we receive each day can effectively reduce our IQ twice as much as cannabis use, as discovered by researchers at the University of London.
And that’s just the external pressure that jeopardizes our productivity at the office.
Inside, feelings of boredom and frustration can hold us back from taking the first step each working day, even if we know it’ll become much easier once we find our flow.
So rather than beginning what feels like yet another day’s work, splitting your work into separate tasks and defining today’s workload as a discrete project can create a feeling of purpose. This is just the dawn of your new start.
This new graphic provides a raft of further scientifically-tested methods to get you working when procrastination keeps on getting the best of you. Find the solution that works for you, and your productivity should rise as fast as your morale.
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