A Relaxed Mind Can Achieve A Lot In Business
I know that it’s hard to have a relaxed mind where you’re in business. After all, you’ve got the weight of your own financial security, and anyone that you have employed for you, on your shoulders. Not only that, but running a business isn’t exactly as easy as 1,2,3, there are so many things that you have to watch out for if you want to make it big time.
So, if your mind is always racing, I believe that your business isn’t going to be functioning to its top capacity. I want to show you a few ways that you can relax your mind with your business, and the benefits that it will have!
The benefits of a relaxed mind, whether we’re talking about business or not, is just so good. For one, a rushed mind is a stressed one, and leaving your body in a constant state of stress is only going to lead to further health problems. If you’re more relaxed, you will generally feel more content with life itself. However, considering this is a business article, we need to talk about the positives in business.
If you’re more relaxed, your mind is going to be open to thinking about things more clearly. You won’t be rushing or stressing at one task, whilst trying to do another. So, the main benefit should be that your business runs more smoothly, due to your clear mind when it comes to tackling situations. It should also mean that the working environment you create for you, and your employees is so much better than other companies!
Relaxing Technique #1
The first technique I want to talk about is one of the best because it directly influences the whole of your time, not just you. I think you should create a relaxing office vibe if you want to keep your employees happy. If everything is calm and tranquil, their thoughts are going to be more focused, and the stress or pressure that they might be feeling will be much lower.
Try having a look at living walls by PHS Greenleaf. They’re a great addition to any office for a few reasons. One, they look so natural and pretty, and if you have customers coming into your office, it’s something different for them to look at. Secondly, indoor plants have been known to reduce stress and anxiety, and the pretty colours of the wall should help to induce a state of calm in the office.
Relaxing Technique #2
The second technique you could try is regular hourly breaks. I know what you’re thinking, how dare you imply we should take employees away from their desk other than for their agreed lunch break!! Well, I’m not saying that you should give them a nice 2020-minute break every hour, but I am suggesting that you have a mandatory five minute relaxing break, for you and all of your employees. Encourage them to make a drink, get some fresh air, read a magazine etc. The stress of the office melts away for five minutes, and they come back refreshed and ready to work!