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Smart Remarks Weekly Digest

September 19, 2019

Core Competency: Effectiveness

Slow Down and Take a Breath

Take a deep breath. “Literally,” says Michael Kerr, an international business speaker, author and president of Humor at Work. “And do something to focus in on the here and now.”  Many people come into work harried because they don’t leave enough time at home to deal with “home stuff,” he says, “and then they’ve barely survived another horrendously stressful commute, and then they dive into the madness.” Slowing down, taking a moment to pause, and creating a routine around centering yourself can work wonders, he adds.”

Excerpt from14 Things You Should Do at The Start of Every Work Day

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