Have you ever found yourself looking around at others and comparing yourself to them? Have you measured their results with your outcomes? Comparisons can lead to real issues, because these comparisons do not allow you to focus your time, energy, and productivity on yourself. Instead, you keep focusing on trying to achieve the results of others, rather than creating your own.
Lunch happens to be one of those overlooked times to increase productivity. Most of us usually look at lunch as just enough time to eat a light snack. Only 1 in 3 people take a lunch. What are the other 2/3rds doing? Eating at their desk, or not taking a lunch at all.
How is your midday meal affecting your productivity?
Do you want to learn more about the three areas of your life that can be more productive during lunch?
Look at your calendar right now. Tell me if you have anything scheduled during lunch? Where are you usually sitting during this time of day? Who is with you? Do you have this time blocked off for free time with no plan or agenda? Think about the past few days or even weeks. I would bet that lunch is the least productive time of your day.
Meditation is becoming increasingly familiar with Western culture. Its popularity stems from focus being the key to success in life. This discipline is making a large difference in people’s lives. Meditation helps a person become super productive. It benefits an individual’s creativity in problem-solving. People who meditate can turn problems into opportunities. Meditation lowers stress levels that make you more productive by reducing the physical and emotional response to stress. For me, meditation has helped me reduce tension in my muscles, lower my anxiety levels, and improve my mood.