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Have real clarity over what you need to achieve, when you need to achieve it and understand what resources, including knowledge, will be required. If the day, is taking control of you rather than you taking control of the day focus on what needs to be achieved in the next 30 minutes and create a micro-win.

Daylight can help the release of serotonin, a hormone that makes us feel happy. It is also a substance that is essential to produce melatonin, the hormone that helps to regulate our circadian rhythm. A better mood and better sleep – well that is a good recipe for energy!

Most people will recognise that they function better at certain times within the day. Where possible try and match the toughest tasks to these times and if this is not possible and you have to take on a curve ball during your daily dip, then think how you can counter this – daylight, hydration and nutrition can all help.

Regular exercise boosts the delivery of oxygen around the body and can enhance alertness, strength and endurance (Melone, Health, 2017). Other studies show that taking some time out to do exercise during your workday can increase productivity. Essentially, physical exercise during the day can increase your productivity enough to counteract the time away from the office and of course, it promotes your health. WIN-WIN!

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Goal Setting

I am sure that everyone knows someone who has made a New Year’s resolution – it may even be themselves! I also suspect that most are familiar with

“The things you do either give you energy or drain you. Choose wisely.”

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