10 Hacks to Increase Concentration At Work

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We’re not saying it’s you, but the average employee in America reports that they’re only highly engaged (or concentrating) for about 5% of their workday. Because it’s got to get boring staring at the desk, and it’s a crying shame that people so seldom actually catch up or (gasp) get ahead on their work, we’re here to let you know that there are a variety of habits and mindhacks that can help you out. From knowing how to initiate your creative “flow,” to realigning your goals, to smart drugs, there’s something that can help everyone focus. Check out these 10 hacks and habits that can easily transform you or your team’s workday.

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