If you think your body goes through different changes throughout the day spare a thought for the brain. The brain is driving all the functions and is quite often on auto-pilot so you can carry on with other functions. Wow! There is a lot going on in our heads. Simply put, we never stop, we just change gears throughout the day and night. Not surprisingly there is often a rhythm and harmony that is created that we grow comfortable with.
Quite often our lifestyles dictate that we have to follow a rhythm to work or do some meaningful actions. It gives us purpose, an importance and an identity and sometimes our brain just simply loves being busy. We feel in harmony when we know what ourselves or others are doing.
Distractions in the workplace are very common and often costly and yet taking regular breaks can boost productivity as it can allow us to recognise a comfortable pace to be super efficient. So how can you identify and then turn distractions into creative tools to get you into a daily rhythm? Many people need to have a strong discipline to get the jobs done and this may be your innocent distraction for the day but it is also a tool to recognise your daily rhythms.o edit.
Can you recognise what distractions you have and bring them back to your core common purpose?
We all follow many rhythms
From the daily rise and shine to the habits and patterns we all enjoy, there is always a rhythm. I have heard football teams describe their pattern of play as offensive rhythms and quite often there is always some mechanical rhythm or natural rhythms (bird song) in our environments.
There is a comfort in the fact that we are all moving forward but sometimes when we stop and look at these rhythms there are the moments we can review what is going on and find a way to repeat patterns or in some cases not to repeat patterns. Quite often we do not stand still long enough to look at recurring patterns but they are constantly all around us.
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Do you store a lot of energy from all the nutritious food you eat?
When do you feel the real benefit of eating?
At times I feel like it’s when I am eating because of the great flavours but I am sure it is when I need the energy for simply keeping myself breathing and my heart pumping healthily. All of this production of energy is there to be ready for the daily tasks and of course doing fun things in life like cardio drumming which can give us a better healthy heart engine to get us to where we are going.
Small steps can be part of a daily routine or rhythm
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