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Hawraa akhond
Information Diet

Information Diet

Go on an information diet. We do not have to be aware of all feeds of  Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Snapchat, LinkedIn, Google plus, YouTube, Telegram, What’s app, etc, at all times....

Clear Your Head

Clear Your Head

Clear your head at least every two hours. Step away from your desk or task, eat, exercise or talk to a co-worker. Your brain needs to be cleared in order to become more creative and function better.

Consider a Coach

Consider a Coach

Find a mentor or a career coach. Although some jobs do offer training and mentor-ship, they stop as soon as you learn the tasks. Actively look for someone who can teach you, mentor you and help you grow...

Analyze Yourself

Analyze Yourself

Analyze your time and tasks. Track and limit how much time you’re spending on tasks. Keep record of your tasks and time you spend on them for a week and plan your day based on that.

Treat Your Eyes

Treat Your Eyes

Use visual pleasure. Give yourself something nice to look at. Some people like family pictures, some like art and crafts, and others like mirrors. Have something nice to look at once in awhile to replenish...

Take Your Break

Take Your Break

Take regular breaks. Breaks are not for lazy people- they are for smart ones. Both the brain and body need short breaks. Schedule short breaks to move around, have a snack or just close your eyes and rest.

Use Your Commute Time

Use Your Commute Time

Take advantage of your commute- listen to audiobooks, take related online training, join broadcasts. If you’re riding the bus or metro, use that time to send an email, plan, or make phone calls....