HOW TO…be more productive

Hill, Andrew
October 2008
People Management;10/30/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 22, p43
The article discusses the necessary adjustments to physical, emotional and mental, the three types of energy, to manage these better and to become more productive. It is important to focus one's mental energy. Since emails and meetings are the biggest drains on productivity one should switch off email while doing other tasks. According to the "Journal of Physiology," meetings that drag on for hours have a negative impact on energy and the bodies' ability to be productive.


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