Avoiding daily tasks can crush our happiness, hurt our bank accounts, and even damage our health — but you can learn how to move forward.
A study suggests people who regularly work more than 11-hour days had over twice the chance of developing major depression compared to employees who worked about eight.
Low-value activities, including responding to notifications, or reacting to emails keep you busy and stop you from getting real work done.
At work, it’s healthier and more productive just to be yourself, according to a new study.
Most people may assume that the four-day work week is all about work-life balance and employee wellbeing, and it may well promote both.
There are five particular patterns that can interrupt your progress and stifle your ability to find fulfillment in any situation, including work.
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A third of U.S. workers get less than 6 hours of sleep each night, and sleep deprivation costs U.S. businesses more than $63 billion annually in lost productivity.
It’s called the ‘experience paradox’ or Catch-22 of getting a job. It’s a real challenge. And if you can’t overcome it, you can easily set your career 3 to 5 years back.
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