Do you need to know what to do with the small blocks of time you have in your day? Does your company offer wellness programs? Do you know that your body language makes a difference in the first impression you make on others? These are some of the daily issues you face on a regular basis and need to know how to handle. If you add up the wasted time in your day it might be hours that could have been used between appointments or projects. If you haven’t put thought to your body language, you might need to do so. Check and see if your company offers wellness program so that you have a great way to enjoy a program of rewarding health.
1 Surprisingly Simple Tip to Make You More Productive and Less Stressed
The challenge to being more productive is to know how to handle those small blocks of time when you’re looking at fifteen minutes in between appointments or tasks. What do you do with this time? If you feel that time is spent in a way that doesn’t help you be more productive there is a way to change this habit. If you have a ton of small items you need to get done, and we all have them, you need to make a separate list of these items so that you can accomplish them during these small blocks of time that are difficult for you to fill and know what you should do. By doing this you’ll remove the small items from in between your time consuming projects and you’ll have a separate list of items you can easily handle when you have a little bit of in-between time.
Appetites for Carrots and Sticks Shift with Wellness Perks
The idea of punishing employees that don’t participate in a wellness program while rewarding those that do becomes a misuse of the purpose of having wellness programs. It’s important to employers to have healthier employees, but a person does have a right to privacy to choose whether or not they want to participate in a wellness program without punishment. The perception that a program can’t reward those that do participate in wellness without being viewed as punishing those that don’t is absurd. There’s nothing wrong with rewarding those that choose to live a healthier lifestyle as part of a perk program but employers have found they can’t punish those that don’t participate without repercussions. If you’re living a healthy lifestyle or plan to begin one you should find out if your employer offers wellness programs that you can participate in.
7 Body Language Tips that will Guarantee a Great First Impression
Do you know how you’re supposed to sit, stand and act when you first meet new people? You want to appear more receptive to what’s being discussed and open to the conversation. The way you show immediate respect and attentiveness has a lot to do with your body language; probably more so than you would have ever thought. You need to portray the look and feel that you’re paying attention, engaged in the conversation and ready to participate in the discussion. One of the most important ways to show that you’re paying attention to the conversation is to make eye contact and lean in toward the other person which shows that you’re eager and attentive to the discussion. Check out this video and practice some of these body language tips.