Stepping Away to Improve Your Peformance

Do you ever find yourself spinning your wheels while you’re at work?  Do you ever feel like no matter how hard you concentrate on something, that it just takes that much longer?

Whenever these moments hit, I take time away from what I am working on to reset my brain.  This way, when I come back, I’m refreshed and ready to tackle it.  Oftentimes, I find a solution I was looking for far away from the problem.

Here’s what I did.

What about you? What do you do to reset?

 

4 Comments

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    August 2, 2013

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  • Nate

    April 30, 2014

    Rob. I love what you wrote. We all need to keep fully engaged by disengaging! This #oppositethinking strategy is HUGE. Let’ take a second to look at the norm… work work work work work work work… oops, no win… maybe tomorrow. Too bad because wins are meant to be daily and always not just later when the BIG goal is hit. Anyways – RESET! Then, you may be surprised to see the progress you’ve already made. What a #GIFT!
    Glad you’re doing this.

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