4 Tips for Uncluttering your Mind
How to unclutter your mind
4 Easy Tips for Efficiency
It is easy to lose the overview and keep your mind fresh. Every year, new communication devices crawl into our lives. In addition to our phones, we now have smartphones. We receive emails, text messages, video calls and spend a lot of time in company intranets and on social media.
While nobody expected us to react immediately when he sent us a letter, immediate reaction and action is expected after sending an email.
In the past, we had one conversation at a time. Especially at the workplace, we are involved in several conversations at the same time.
For our brains, this accumulation represents a challenge.
Reason enough to have a look at the newest neurological studies. I have summarized the best tips for you:
Keeping things tidy
While that might be true for geniuses for the rest of us it is not. Keeping things in order and tidy helps us to focus better.
A study published in the Journal of Neuroscience explained that a tidy workplace is less frustrating and tiring than an untidy one.
Frustration and tiredness decrease your ability to concentrate and increase your level of susceptibility to errors.
Also, many people believe that the state of your workplace reflects the state of your mind.
Conclusion: Keep your workplace tidy and in order because it is good for your ability to focus and concentrate.
Do you sometimes give in to a craving for sweets? If you give in to a temptation or not depends on your level of self-control.
Just like a battery gets weaker, your amount of self-control decreases during the day. Sleeping recharges your “battery”. The more rested you are the higher your level of self-control will be.
Most people, especially those in managerial positions, do not sleep enough. Do you know how much sleep you need to recover? If not use the next extended weekend to find out. Go to bed as soon as you get tired and do not set an alarm.
Conclusion: The importance of a sufficient amount of sleep cannot be stressed enough. It is the basic prerequisite for staying physically and mentally healthy and delivering our best performance.
Spend your lunch break in a nice park or if possible in the countryside. That implies you do take breaks… Hint: A lunch with a customer is not a break (;
Identify sources of stress