How to improve your focus at work
Believe it or not, some of us have trouble focusing at the office. I know, I know, hard to believe. But if you’re in that tiny minority then don’t worry, there’s help from Open Forum. It offers six ways to improve your focus at work. For example:
Be a morning person
People whose productivity peaks in the morning hours are more proactive, effective problem-solvers, according to a study by biologist, Christoph Randler.
Night owls, though often more creative and outgoing, can’t shine the way morning people do on a typical business schedule. Try adjusting your sleep patterns so that you rise early—getting that extra jump on the day can amplify your output at work because you’ll be more tuned into your tasks for the first half of the workday.
Because morning people tend to perform better in the workplace, they often have more successful careers with higher pay.
Full story at Open Forum.
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