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Things are slowly beginning to transition back to life as we knew it, and as such, we need to make choices about how we want to re-enter the world. For many of us, there are things we want to take forward and things we want to leave behind following the quarantine. We’ve been working differently, and some businesses are continuing to work remotely because employees have been more productive throughout this period. But is that really the case? There is a difference between productivity and engagement and one doesn’t necessarily equal the other. Throughout this period, a lot of people have cultivated negative habits due to the circumstances in which they’ve been working. There’s a need for awareness as we re-enter the world so that these negative habits don’t wind up being the cause of burnout. Join us this week where we’ll discuss how to become more aware of your habits and behaviors so that you re-enter with a choice in how you operate. We’ll show you how to break bad habits and work in a way that is productive and conducive to yourself and how to prioritize what’s important to you.

If you want to learn how to deal with conflict more effectively, as always, we are both available for individual one on one and couples coaching. For the next couple of months, we are also offering free virtual training to organizations. Our goal is to support you, your team, and your business both at work and at home during this pandemic. Get in touch with us to find out more!

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Learn More:

  • Why exploring your bad habits will empower you to break them.
  • The science behind the relationship between brain chemicals and habits.
  • The difference between productivity and engagement.
  • Why acting on adrenaline can cause burnout.
  • Why it’s important to set boundaries in your work.
  • How to ensure you have a choice in the way you wish to re-enter the world.

Resources:

  • Contact us: thrive@thriveinc.com | Website | Facebook | LinkedIn
  • If you want to learn how to deal with conflict more effectively, as always, we are both available for individual one on one and couples coaching. For the next couple of months, we are also offering free virtual training to organizations. Our goal is to support you, your team, and your business both at work and at home during this pandemic. Get in touch with us to find out more!

https://www.thriveinc.com/post/re-entering-awareness

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