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A study by University of Warwick found that happiness at work led to a 12% spike in productivity, while unhappy workers proved 10% less productive. Enjoy our Happy Business playlist for simple tips to feel happier at work: http://ow.ly/f3Q630lOKBk
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You can still attend Alan Watkins 's event #BrilliantLeadership! Learn where to focus your energies, realise your own potential and achieve leadership brilliance: http://ow.ly/lu0p30lOJMS #LBFEvents
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Learn how to deliver an unforgettable speech with the help of Simon Bucknall http://ow.ly/VrBo30lOJw9 #publicspeaking
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"One of the reasons we #procrastinate is we're asking our chimp to do too much. Know your chimp and how to speak to it so the task is less daunting" - Steve Peters http://ow.ly/OhoA30lOJhW
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"Acknowledge that we all feel sometimes intimidated or that we don’t have enough to say. Find a person near you and start speaking to them. Don’t worry about all the other people you’re not speaking to, don’t worry about who is more important." - Julia Hobsbawm #networking
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Your hand gestures can make you more charismatic: http://ow.ly/PcjB30lOIth
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"In the average working environment, you are distracted every three minutes" - Amy Brann
Why not try putting your phone in another room or turning off your email notifications? These simple changes can make big differences to your productivity #MakeYourBrainWork #productivity
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Small actions to improve everyday wellbeing from Mark Williamson
- Notice 3 good things each day
- Volunteer your time, energy and skills
- Look for good in people
- Use positive parenting techniques
- Find and use your strengths
http://ow.ly/qYgY30lHehK via Positive News UK
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The 5-step process to escape the "I'll start tomorrow" trap:

- Establish clear priorities of what you want to do
- Design your daily routine to ensure you get it done
- Use the Pomodoro Technique
- Report your progress immediately
- Have a weekly reflection

http://ow.ly/jG2130lHPC1 from Benjamin P Hardy via Thrive Global
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"You don’t have to get it right first time, you can have some fallibility…they will respect you for it. Don’t be afraid of changing your mind" - Lord Stuart Rose http://ow.ly/Fceb30lHe6O
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