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Why Countries That Take More Breaks Are More Productive

By Kayla Matthews   /     Nov 23, 2015  /     Cultural Productivity  /     0 Comment

Breaks are a wonderful thing, especially if you work in a fast-paced or extremely stressful environment. The truth is if you work in America, you probably don’t take enough breaks. You may even be scared to take too many breaks or worried about the repercussions if your boss or supervisor finds out. Some recent studies […]

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What You Need to Know About Sweden’s 6-Hour Work Day

By Kayla Matthews   /     Nov 13, 2015  /     Cultural Productivity  /     1 Comment

In many areas of the Western world, people in the workforce are accustomed to working at least eight hours per day, sometimes even more. However, attention recently turned to Sweden when the country announced it was shifting to a work day that only lasts for six hours. Keep reading to get the most important aspects […]

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How To Overcome 4 Things That Limit Your Potential

By Edward Warner   /     Nov 10, 2015  /     Productivity Hacks  /     1 Comment

This article is a guest post from Edward Warner. To submit your own, learn more about how  to Write for Productivity Theory!   Whenever we think about things that limit our potential or prevent us from getting “success” in our lives, we think of things that are beyond control such as luck, timing, inheritance, and […]

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Exercise Routines That Take Less Than 20 Minutes

By Kayla Matthews   /     Oct 28, 2015  /     Health Inspiration  /     1 Comment

Finding the time to exercise is always a huge challenge. Work and home responsibilities fill our days, leaving no extra time. Exercise routines often fall to the wayside and this has a negative impact on your overall health. So does a shorter exercise offer health benefits? Research says yes. “Gone are the days when we […]

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