Taking Systematic Breaks is Good When Dealing with Customers

Gives the Much Needed Boost to creativity

Improves Collaboration and Relationships

Breaks Restore Motivation for Long Term Goals

Systematic Breaks Improve Learning

How to Implement Breaks in my Day?

  • Walk or exercise. The famous blogger Linda Wasmer Andrews discovered that a walking break led to more creative ideas than a sitting break, and the creativity afterglow remained even after the subjects returned to their desks.
  • Have lunch or a healthy snack. Try giving your mind a new source of energy. The benefits are two-fold, you recharge your mind and body at the same time.
  • Change the environment. Leaving your work environment and moving to another area will help your brain find peace and switch gears.
  • Laugh Often. Laughter is the best way to fight boredom. It gets both your blood flowing and takes your mind out of the context.
  • Get creative. Interacting with customers require you to use your logical left-brain so choose a break activity that will stimulate your creative and visual right-brain like drawing.
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