find it’s not that bad. But even if it is,
it will be easier to complete if you’ve
been chipping away at it for five minutes a day.
6. Slow down to get faster: Fitness
scientists know that working out at a
comfortable level is more beneficial
for health than pushing through at
top speed or effort. You can apply
this principle to your workplace
activity as well. If you consciously
slow down, take time to think things
through, finish one task completely
before going to the next, perhaps
even ignore incoming calls and
e-mails temporarily, you’ll find that
productivity and happiness will
7. Take time to feed and water your-
self: Don’t skip breakfast, and eat
small healthy snacks every couple of
hours, such as fruit, yogurt, almonds,
carrots and peppers, nut butter sand-
wiches, dark chocolate and soup.
Keep a liter of water on your desk
and sip it all day long. Watch how
energized you feel — especially mid-
afternoon, which is when people nor-
mally crave sweets and coffee.
Lift weights for your soul: “Weight-
lifting for the soul” is giving up nega-
tive thoughts that weigh you down.
The next time a negative thought
comes into your mind, force yourself
to restate it in a positive way. “This is
too hard,” for instance, becomes, “I
have all it takes to make it through.”
Look at the now: Are you a perfec-
tionist? Try this: Ask yourself if you
are doing the best you can right now
with everything going on in your
life. Instead of focusing on absolute
perfection, make the goal to give the
best you can in the moment, even if
you know on another day it might be
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