30 Seconds Tips

Drink plenty of water. Your mind and body need water more than it needs the breaks. Just as water is refreshing to drink, it refreshes the mind and body so it can continue to perform at a high level.
Eat lunch away from your work area. Never eat at your workstation. Not only does it keep you from that time off I just mentioned, but it also invites coworkers the opportunity distract you and possibly even heap more work your way.
Go for a walk. Going for a walk (without earbuds clamped to your ears) is a great way to clear your head and regain focus so you can get back at it.
Close the door. If you need to eliminate both diruptions and distractions, close the door to your work area. If you don’t have a door, then put on some headphones and create that quietude instead.
Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall. - Stephen Covey
Don’t multitask. Work on one task at a time. Multitasking is a myth, and trying to do it only splits your focus.
Ritualize regularly. By building rituals for your morning, evening, your commute to work, and other regular times, you create a habit that is easier to stick with.
Capture some things, but not everything. It’s a great idea to capture your thoughts, ideas and potential tasks as they come up, but if you can do something in the moment then don’t bother writing it down.
There is nothing more dangerous than the conscience of a bigot. - George Bernard Shaw
A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything. - Malcolm X
Talk to strangers! Especially the ones with thoughts you find interesting.
When You read something that strikes you as interesting, you should write to the author.  This can lead to connections ranging from friendships to business relationships and even new side projects.
Don’t use email as a task manager. Email is meant as a form of communication, not as a task manager.
Don't ever, EVER, hesitate to do something because you are too shy or think you could fail. Not many years away you will look back and be ready to give everything to get a second chance.
You are alone in this life. Accept that and appreciate the moments when you don’t feel so alone.You are alone in this life. Accept that and appreciate the moments when you don’t feel so alone.