Five tips to increase productivity as practiced by different personalities recognized for having achieved success.
Jennifer Cohen 's article on Forbes.com reviews how the morning may be the most useful time for work and personal development, and lists five activities which it is essential to carry out early in the day.
1 - Physical Exercise
Most successful people do exercise in the morning because it gives them an extra energy boost for the day and a nice sense of accomplishment. Any type of exercise is good, from running to short bursts of bending or stretching routines.
Success is not a destination but a journey without end, which requires a positive attitude, team playing mentality, a mindset for continuous improvement and responsible outlook.
With over 20 years of experience as an executive of IBM, in the ever turbulent business environments of Latin America, the engineer Enrique Baliño says the success is not a destination but a journey without end, and that successful people have to develop four key attitudes: positivity, team playing, continuous improvement and accountability.
The ability to recover from a failure is essential in order to be successful. But what if you have never failed?
Suzanne Lucas, on her blog at Bnet.com, discusses how new generations of graduates are too used to being successful, to finding things easy, which can lead them potentially to collapse when things get out of their comfort zone.
People who only know success simply lack the skills to deal with failure or complicated situations.
We can be better leaders if we understand that unconsciously, as humans we will always seek to increase our status in society.
This need has existed since prehistoric times. According to researcher David Rock, from the time that humans started living together in groups, increasing their status has been as important as getting food.
Modern research has identified a chemical relationship between increases or decreases in status and our neuronal network. When status increases, so do the levels of neurotransmitters associated with pleasure and positive emotions, and stress-related ones are reduced, augmenting our feeling of security and strength.
The report, "Broadband: a platform for progress", published by the United Nations, urges countries to implement national plans for broadband, so as not to risk losing the benefits of global high-speed digital communication .