Long hours at the office that you are not used to, new people, and want to make the grade, we tell you how to give the best of you for great results.
If it is your first job, even if is it not, it is so tiring especially the long days at the office when you are starting a new job. To keep a high level of concentration I would like to share some tips:
- Keep a good position in your seat should be comfortable enough and you have to be able to have your back straight, and your computer at the right level aligned with your eyes. It is very important as well the light of the place and the temperature. Sometimes the Air Condition at the office can make your day terrible.
- Sleep enough. You know your body, but your brain needs to rest as well to be concentrated is very important to sleep enough. We understand you are in a new place and there are a lot of tempting places to go out, but health is first, welcome to the adult life!
- Take the right food to keep your blood sugar and high levels of energy. Eat your fruits a and vegetables and try to cook as much as you can. You will save money and your body will thank you as well.
- Exercise daily, even if it means to walk instead of taking a metro if you don’t like to go to the gym. Move!
- Have a life after or a hobby to disconnect not just arriving home, watch TV have dinner and go to sleep. Such a sad life!!
- Part of your Program is cultural exchange so as your time is limited try to know as many places as you can and enrich yourself with the beauty of the U.S.
- Coffee, tea…for some people is working, for some not…but in case of doubt…grab one
- Go for a walk. It doesn’t matter how long you are sitting if you are productive. To optimize your time rest if you need it, have a walk, you are not a machine
- If you are sick, stay home. You will spread your colleagues; your sickness will be longer and will be counterproductive
- Never stop studying! The information is power, you will have more ideas and feeling more secure at work
- Keep a good communication with your colleagues and boss to avoid misunderstandings.