How you begin your morning often sets the tone and your attitude for the day.
With all the stress the average morning routine can bring, it is no wonder that so many people arrive at work shattered before the day has actually begun.
As we speed through the day on autopilot, it has made me question 'how present (mentally and physically) are when we arrive in the office to start a days work?'
As a serial multi-tasker, it can be difficult to concentrate on the task at hand. But, if you just take a moment to be more consciously present, you become more aware of what’s going on around you, and what’s going on within you.
Having to slow down at work or during the morning madness may seem counter-intuitive, but by stopping or slowing down, you can become more efficient, productive and resilient.
HR Review shares its research on 'How does your morning compare to the average working Brit?'
We also spend three million hours browsing social media from our beds, loos and breakfast tables and spend 16 million hours watching morning TV.