It’s time to take a deep breath. Being a full-time employee is more stressful than ever. With longer hours, stricter deadlines, and added responsibilities, many of us feel stressed on a daily basis. This stress can turn into chronic stress, which can cause physical and mental health consequences.
Feeling stressed at work can lead to poor concentration, moodiness, and a decrease in overall work performance. When this stress is left unmanaged, many employees are susceptible to burnout. A company ran by burnt-out employees will experience increased absenteeism, less productivity, and higher turnover.
The bottom line is that stress is bad for everyone involved. Luckily, there are steps you can take to make your life a little less stressful. This is where mindfulness comes into play. We believe that practicing mindfulness is one of the best ways to reduce the stress in your life. But how can being more mindful impact your daily life?
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