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Lord Byron In a recent study by the Draugiem Group it was found that the 10% of employees with the highest productivity, surprisingly didn’t put in longer hours than anyone else. In fact, they didn’t even work full eight-hour days. What they did do was take regular breaks. Specifically, they took 17-minute breaks for every 52 minutes of work. And to be really productive, it’s just as important to concentrate on what you do in your breaks as what you do while you’re working. Laughing All the Way to the Bank Once you’ve stretched your legs and got yourself a coffee, the last thing you should do is sit down at your desk and check up on what’s happening in the news.
In actual fact, it’s irrelevant that the judges were Israeli, it’s just that the study happened to take place there. The findings would have no doubt been the same in any country where there weren’t enough breaks in court sessions. Still on the subject of food, but on a more personal level, there is another bias called “the current moment bias”. This is based on the fact that we have a really hard time imagining ourselves in the future and alter our behaviour and expectations accordingly. A 1998 study2 showed that, when making food choices for the coming week, 74% of participants chose fruit.
But then when Katrina hit, 10% of all the donations came from K-named people, a 150% increase. The same were true for a range of hurricanes as this graph shows: 30 BRAINHACK This is called nominative determinism, which means “name-driven outcome”. People are also unconsciously more likely to choose a road to live on that starts with the same letter as their name starts with. People are even more likely to do a job that has some connection to their name. J. Splatt and D. Weedon, have written a paper on the problem of painful urination in the British Journal of Urology.