Technology saturation can be a drag on productivity, but these four high fliers have found a way to tune out…

Switching off isn’t fashionable. Those at the peak rung of the corporate ladder are supposed to be continually “on” – through their smartphone, email or attitude.

Yet, ironically, downtime is one of the most effective ways to increase productivity and wellness, says Professor Marc Cohen of the School of Health and Biomedical Sciences at RMIT…

Originally published on AFR. Read the full article here.

Helen Hawkes

Helen is a content producer and who writes wellness and business content for newspapers, magazines and digital sites and helps clients with their content strategy. She also wellness consultantes private clients about a healthy diet, how to lose weight, how to overcome anxiety, how to cope with stress, how to get more sleep and how to improve general health.


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