As a writer and an advocate of religious freedom William Penn said, “Time is what we want most, but what we use the worst.” Sometimes people do not achieve goals because they do not appropriately use their time. The path to success will also be hard if people do not spend their free time rightly. Below you will find some hacks which will help you to focus on your work and optimize your time.
Go For a Walk
A professor of Utah Valley University and Human Capital Innovations, Jonathan Westover said, “A hectic work schedule, I am a believer in taking frequent walking breaks. This helps me not only stretch my legs and get a little exercise, but it also allows me to reboot my brain and look at my work with fresh eyes. Taking frequent, short loops around the office space also allows me to make and maintain connections with co-workers, often leading to meaningful collaborations.” Going for a walk is good for your physical and mental health. It allows freeing your mind and not to stress yourself with everyday problems. Even when you do office work and do not do a workout or any physical exercises properly, going for a walk will be the best choice for you.
Limit Your To-Do List
Brooke Schultz who represents companies in civil and criminal enforcement actions around the world and complex business litigation nationwide stated, “My to-do list is always growing, as is the case for so many of us. I recommend picking three things on your list every day to tackle. This will help you experience small wins and realize you are making progress, even if it doesn't feel like it!” Having a to-do list is a great way to organize your work but when the to-do list is full you can feel depressed. So, knowing that you have few things to do gives you inside energy to finish them early.
Meditate Every Day
A CEO and owner of BIZremedies said, “Meditating 20 minutes a day allows us to quiet our minds and become intuitively aligned. This means we can let go of our ego that tries to control the outcome and, instead, become mindful of important matters. Not only does meditation help us in the short run with stress, but it can also change our brain by shrinking the amygdala: the emotional center that puts us into a fight or flight reaction.”
Meditation can improve your memory, reduce blood pressure, and prevent some diseases. Moreover, it can be more effective than sleep. So, keep your body relaxed.