Fun Activities that Actually Boost Your Work Performance
Though work and home life should be valued separately, an improvement in your outside life will be sure to benefit your work performance. Take the first step and you’ll be expanding your mind and upgrading your life.
Where should you start on boosting your work performance?
Learn to cook. The far-reaching benefits of a good diet are undeniable. As reported by John Hopkins University, cooking at home has been a proven way of improving diet. When done regularly, it not only improves what you put into your body at home (fewer carbohydrates, less sugar, and less fat), but also improves your diet when you eat out. Not only will your body be healthier, according to experts, your memory and alertness will increase. All good news for your work routine.
Tai chi is one of the gentlest forms of exercise. Nonetheless, Harvard Medical School reports that it has been proven to increase muscle strength, flexibility, and balance. On the mental side, Tai Chi, along with yoga and Qigong, improve mental clarity and induce relaxation. These forms of exercise are sure to help you maintain focus, energy, and composure at work.
He may be one of the richest men in the world, but Bill Gates is dedicated to one of the world’s least expensive hobbies: Reading. Bill Gates reportedly reads 50 books a year. “These days, I also get to visit interesting places, meet with scientists, and watch a lot of lectures online,” Gates explained, “But reading is still the main way that I both learn new things and test my understanding.”
Revitalize your work and life by enjoying these new and exciting activities. Besides being enjoyable, each of these hobbies has a wealth of scientific research to back up its benefits. So, give in to what sparks your interest and enjoy the rewards it has to offer.