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Can Meditation Really Make You More Productive?

There are endless benefits to adding meditation in your everyday life. However, most people don’t necessarily think of increased productivity in the forefront of these benefits. So does this peaceful and still practice really make you more productive? The answer is one million times YES. It’s not just for relaxation and stress relief, I promise! Meditation works wonders on your productivity, focus, and creativity levels. It may just be the one tool you’ve always needed to tackle a busy day. Here’s how:

Improved focus & concentration

Most people find that can’t be productive because they are distracted from the current task they are working on. Meditation improved your ability to focus and concentrate by helping you find flow and achieving an effortless state of action. This ultimately helps you complete the task you set out to do in the first place.

Opportunity to refresh & kill procrastination

You may feel like you’re wasting time by sitting silently and meditating, but it actually has the opposite effect. Even if it’s just for 5 minutes, simply taking the time to recollect and become more aware will help you come back to your work refreshed and ready to take on any challenge. This especially helps creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving. All attributes you need to be productive and successful.

Effective coping skill

In order from running away from your problems by distracting yourself with mindless activities, meditation helps you reflect upon and face problems head it. You will experience more mental clarity in a long run by just adding simple meditative techniques into your daily routine.

Brings harmony

Overall meditation just brings balance into your life. You need time to unwind and de-stress. If you don’t, you’ll eventually burn out and not reach your fullest potential. I can’t stress (LOL) enough how important it is to bring a little bit of harmony to a life that seems like it’s always going.

Article written by GUADS staff member, Christina 

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