After a cold or flu, it is difficult for people to follow the rhythm of life that was before the disease. The fact is that during the illness the body experiences serious stress – you can not work; you find it harder to follow your habits and achieve your goals. This is because the body devotes all its resources to fighting the virus. During the illness you get used to procrastination, because it is normal during the illness. And after recovery it is quite difficult to get rid of the habit of idleness.

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1. Feedback.

You must be a role model for your employees. If you make a mistake and try to hide the situation, people will notice this behavior and start behaving the same way. As a result, problems in the team are not solved and sooner or later destroy the company. To avoid this, try to create a corporate culture that encourages feedback. Let every employee of the company know that he can always talk about the real state of affairs – and it will not be a problem.

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1. Structuring thinking.

 A success diary is the same way of paying attention as a thank you diary. All of these tools are appropriate because we think more slowly when we write. In fact, by formulating thoughts on paper, we structure them. This powerful tool of internal dialogue helps to bring order to thoughts, reduce anxiety and learn to make informed choices and decisions.

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