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Daily Quote: Great Mind Discuss Ideas

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Daily Quote: Great Mind Discuss Ideas

Great mind discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people. – Eleanor Roosevelt

Every self-help program talks about the importance of taking a 10-15 minute break to boost your productivity.

Breaks give us much needed time to rest our eyes, move around, stretch our stiff muscles, get more blood and oxygen flowing to our brain, to unwind and obtain a fresh outlook on complex work problems.

There is just one problem – we often forget to take them. (Note: Going to the bathroom, grabbing a cup of coffee or checking Facebook updates does not count, as these activities hardly give us enough time to energize our body and restore our concentration and productivity.)

21 Counter-Intuitive Break Ideas to Boost Your Productivity at Work

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