Video calls can create a feeling of belonging, but they are also a significant drain on your cognitive abilities and lead to stress. Learn to switch the camera off every now and then, and don’t enforce video on from those who are not comfortable with it.
Learn to recognize what time of the day works for what type of activity for you specifically, and then schedule your day accordingly. Get to bed and wake up at the regular time as much as possible. Routine aligned with your circadian rhythms will work miracles for your productivity.
Take a break. A short, ten to twenty minutes nap followed by face-washing and sitting in a brightly light room with a cup of coffee works the best.
With proper routines and habits, you will stop procrastination and become addicted to getting things done. You will be addicted to the good feeling of achieving what you set to achieve.
With solid critical thinking, you won’t be at the mercy of those trying to take advantage of you. You won’t accept what you hear or read blindly. You will have your life under your control.
Change is part of life. And that applies especially to the fast-paced environment of modern business. You need to constantly adapt to ever-changing market conditions, requirements of your customers, and the needs of your suppliers and employees. People hate change…. Read More ›