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How Doing Nothing Can Improve Your Productivity

Using boredom to fight the daily grind

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Don’t tell my clients, but I take naps at work. I sometimes get up from my desk, find an empty room, and zone out for fifteen minutes.

When I worked in an office, I felt guilty doing it. But now, as many of us are working from home, I may indulge in it more than I should, thanks COVID.




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