Infographic: 9 Daily Rituals To Boost Your Work Productivity

Dec 21, 2017 1 Min Read

Do you hear that?

It’s the sound of productivity plummeting in offices around the world. With everyone focused on Christmas and year-end parties in and out of the workplace, it’s no surprise that over two thirds of employees are less productive throughout December.

It doesn’t have to be this way though. In fact, some of the most successful people will tell you that incorporating a few daily rituals is the best way to get motivated and prepare for the work challenges that lie ahead, or at least for the New Year for now.

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Are you present in office but your mind elsewhere?

There is clear scientific evidence to show that rituals play a crucial role in boosting performance. How do they work?

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Well, apparently, performing a ritual before you attempt a task reduces anxiety, allowing you to be at your best. Take a leaf out of the former President of the United States Barack Obama or Oprah Winfrey. Obama started each day in the White House then by rising at 5am to hit the gym, while Winfrey reportedly begins her mornings with 20 minutes of meditation.

This infographic outlines 9 daily rituals you may want to try to boost your performance at work, just before you called it a year.

9 daily rituals to boost productivity


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