When it comes to being optimally productive, you may think that it involves rushing around 24/7. You likely picture yourself running from home to work, and fighting through traffic to make sure you get there a bit early. You then schedule out your day with no breaks and use an ungodly amount of caffeine to push you through each task. You stay late to make up for any lost time and to try to get ahead to other assignments. Then you clean your desk and race home so that you can make that social commitment that you promised to show up to. You stay out, come home, do more work before bed and start the process again. This type of schedule has a very short shelf-life and is not good for achieving long-term productivity! If you are looking to increase your productivity, read this article today to learn why taking time to recharge and be quiet, allows you to have sharper focus and remain productive at work!
Read the full article here: Escaping The Noise and Leveraging The Quiet