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There was an interesting article in the NY Times this morning about listening to music at work. In this article, The Power of Music, Tapped in a Cubicle, Dr. Amit Sood, a physician of integrative medicine with the Mayo Clinic says “melodious sounds help encourage the release of dopamine in the reward area of the brain” which means listening to music makes you feel good and puts you in a good mood which helps with focusing.
Living in cube land can have its downside with countless interruptions, conversationalist that aren’t using their “inside voice” and copier/vacuum/machinery sounds that always seem to occur during deadlines. Using headphones to concentrate and block out distractions when reviewing large reports and completing complex tasks along with some Time Management tools can help make your day more productive. Read more on the subject at NY Times. Also: be sure to check with you manager before pluging in. ♥ Kristi Toney
Thursday, Nov. 10th at the 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant
3 Secrets about Time Management No One Talks About presented by Shirley Oya
Most people wish they could do a better job of managing their time, but struggle with how to improve it. The truth is, mastering time management begins as an inside job.
In this interactive talk we will explore:
- Our beliefs about time and how they influence the way we use it
- What neuroscience can teach us about how we think about time
- Some new perspectives about how to approach time management
Reserve the date and note the new location…
Thursday, November 10, 2016 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
94th Aero Squadron
16320 Raymer Street
Van Nuys, California 91406