Whether you call it a lunch coma or the midday blues, it's a brain zapping dullness that leaves you staring blankly at your monitor. A new study gives us another way to explain the drain, and it's all about rewards.
By Isabelle de Vooght Online Career Tips, Special Contributor When faced with decision making time, whether in your professional or personal life, you sometimes doubt your ability to reach that decision. That is when hesitation comes in and you wonder if you are making the right decision. Hesitations are more likely to occur when weighing the pros and cons of two alternatives before reaching a final decision. So what could end up being the deciding factor? Intuition!
Limiting access to social networks during work hours can be especially difficult. It isn't as easy as turning off your phone to avoid the distraction. Step away from the temptation by creating times to check your channels.