Today, you will learn about three simple ways of improving that energy and maximizing your day with others.
The first strategy is to smile. Yep, I know you might think, how will smiling improve my day at the office or when running a meeting with much pressure to attend multiple duties? The secret behind this strategy is that when we stimulate by consciousness, smiling more often, we become less stressed and even more energized!
The results? People around you will notice a boost of positivity and a sense of productivity that can affect their performance at work.
Nowadays, self-love can be a popular concept among millennials and Gen-Z. However, this should be a concept we practice daily. Acting and reacting with compassion and love can elevate your self-esteem and emotional intelligence. If you feel good about yourself, you will probably be doing great at work.
Do not forget that what you think about yourself creates your personal brand, and people can notice. Next time you reflect on your career, give it some thought to your own personal life, define some goals, and enjoy the consequences at your workplace.
Finally, breathe. Once again, I surprise you with one of the most complex but straightforward practice to accomplish, and even more, when we talk about entering a conference room filled with executive directors and managers.
Breathing, just like smiling, boosts energy and peace in your mind. I recommend you to take deep breaths as much as you can. This will oxygenate your body, and another benefit of doing controlled breathing before making decisions or reacting to something is that you’ll be much more inclined to act rationally.
Success relies on details. Smile, self-love, and breathing can elevate you to the next level of productivity in the workplace.
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B.S. Political Sciences | CSUF Class of 2022
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