09 September 2015

Take a break

Take at least 4 mini breaks throughout your work day in addition to your normal lunch and tea breaks. Get up, stretch, do a few exercises, walk around. Give your brain and body a chance to relax and reset and then get back to work rejuvenated and watch how you amaze your colleagues with your improved vigour and concentration despite of a little time out, in fact, because of it.


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