Movement, Posture, Ergonomics, Mindset, Nutrition

8 Common Habits of Unproductive People

Groups of people that have similar results have similar habits. Thin people have similar habits. Overweight people have similar habits. Productive people have several habits in common. Likewise, unsuccessful people have several habits in common, too. If you’re struggling with your productivity, this article is for you. 

While we’re all capable of doing some amazing things from time to time, it’s the things we do each and every day that have the greatest influence on our results in life. You simply need a different set of habits if you want to be more productive.  Adding new habits can be a challenge, and many of us are good at procrastinating and avoiding things.  Let's consider avoiding the habits that don't support us...


For your best results, avoid these habits of unsuccessful people:

 1. Failing to learn. People fail to become more productive if they fail to learn and develop. Try to be the best at what you do. Learn from each...

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Top 5 Ergonomic Challenges (& Solutions)


Top 5 Ergonomic Challenges 

1. Designate a workspace for your work. This helps separate work / life balance

2. Create an ergonomic set up if you are using a laptop. 

  • raise the monitor to eye level
  • use a separate keyboard and mouse
  • ALWAYS use your posture as a guide, keeping upright and open, and adjust the equipment to fit your best posture

3. Take regular movement breaks in your day for your body and mind!!

4. Beware of marketing of 'ergonomic' fad products.  Here's a few I often recommend as necessary....

5. Create healthy rituals, and make time for your family!

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How to get More Movement in your day!

Most people KNOW that physical inactivity is detrimental to health. The human body is developed in such a way that most systems (skeletal, muscle, metabolic and cardiovascular) do not develop and function in an optimal way, unless they’re stimulated by regular physical activity (Booth et al., 2008).  Inactivity ranks 4th among the 5 leading causes of GLOBAL mortality, along with high blood pressure, tobacco use, high blood glucose and obesity (World Health Organization, 2009). The health risks of physical inactivity are similar to tobacco use (Lee et al., 2012).    There is one simple solution: BE ACTIVE and MOVE OFTEN!!! Start TODAY and move more!

Inactivity increases the risk of adverse health conditions that are major causes of death and disability worldwide (United Nations, 2011, 2018), including:


The benefits of physical activity are extensive.  Evidence clearly demonstrates regular physical activity is one of the...

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