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A Mindmap Of How To Be Productive

A Mindmap Of How To Be Productive

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    Infographic author Anna Vital has narrowed down how to be productive to just seven crucial factors: tech, clothes, hacks, body, schedule, food and mind. Obviously some of them make more sense than others, let’s take ‘clothes’ as an example; how does what we wear affect how productive we are? Well clothes are a way we can define ourselves, if we are comfortable and confident in our attire we are arguably more likely to focus on more important tasks and we’re ready for whatever life or work throws at us. Check out the other six factors and see how they can easily help you create a more productive atmosphere and lifestyle!

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