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Sure, you want your employees to work hard, but what happens when they buy into the mentality of grinding until they drop? Rather than laud your team's workaholics, promote balance to get better -- not more -- work.
Regular, pre-planned "microbreaks" can keep you focused and energized, and at the top of your game.
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Don't let writer's block hold you back. Listen to your body and mind so you can perform at your best.
To be your most productive self, take a step back from your work.
The evidence is mounting that working until you're groggy is a losing strategy.
Breaks are important. Learn how to use them wisely.