We live in a world where we’re constantly telling people how busy we are and glorifying the fact that we have little time. It’s as if being busy validates success and that’s why we constantly encourage busyness. But is being busy a good thing?
Working an 8-5 job often means putting in extra long hours, being exposed to high stress environments and a lack of sleep – all of which can take a massive toll on your body. But working a 40-hour week doesn’t have to mean sacrificing your health. In fact, there’s a lot you can do to maintain your health and fitness whilst still working your best at the office.
Recent studies have shown that stand-up meetings are usually a lot shorter and that longer sit-down meetings don’t necessarily mean better quality discussions. Who wouldn’t want to make meetings shorter, especially if the quality of the meeting is enhanced?