Take control of your time at work. We’ll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style.
Working continuously and for long hours does not mean you’re getting more done. Sometimes the best way to get something done is not to work on it for a while.
Research shows that sleep allows our brains to make new and unexpected connections, leading to insights and breakthroughs — which explains why we so often have brilliant ideas during our morning shower.
Alan Hedge, an ergonomics professor at Cornell, suggests that workers try a combination of sitting, standing and walking to keep altering their body position and give their minds a break from work.