Debbie Rodrigues | Oct 1, 2018 | 0
How To Take Care Of Your Body To Be Productive
It’s important to take care of your body to be productive. Simple things can make a huge difference in your efficiency.
Has anyone ever told you that you need to take care of your body to be productive?
If not, I’m here to change that!
Why You Have To Take Care Of Your Body To Be Productive
As the first month of our challenge ends, it’s an excellent opportunity to take a look back and review what we learned.
The topics of January involved the Body.
Through different perspectives, I shared how you can improve efficiency when you take care of yourself.
You can have a look at all the blog posts below.Learn how to take care of your body to be more successful. #coaching #journaling #MindfulPlanning Click To Tweet
How Stress Gets In The Way Of Productivity
Stress kills productivity, did you know it?
It’s not only bad for your physical and mental health, but it also impairs your ability to perform efficiently.
Learn more about how stress affects your productivity here.
Why You Need Physical Activity To Be Productive
Who would think that physical activity could help us get more done…
Being busy is frequently used as an excuse for not working out.
If you want to know how it works, read this blog post.Sick and tired of the overwhelm? Take care of your body! #challenge #MindfulPlanning Click To Tweet
Boost Your Productivity By Standing Up More
Are you the kind of person who sits down in front of the computer all day long working?
I used to be like that.
Little did I know back then that I could improve my efficiency by standing up more.
10 Easy Ways To Boost Your Productivity With Breaks
There are various ways you can unwind.
I put together a list of 10 options that will help you boost your productivity with breaks.
Take care of yourself
The challenge has just started, and there are a lot more productivity killers to discuss.
But it’s critical to me that you understand that it starts with YOU.
It makes no difference if you have a successful career in the corporate world if you are a (small) business owner or a work-at-home mom.
Even if your priorities and schedule are different, don’t underestimate the power of self-care for physical and mental health, in addition to productivity.
Before you go
Can you answer the following question in the comments below, please?
Do you make the time to take care of your body?