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13 February 2020
People that use micro-breaks are actually better prepared and more effective - according to new research.
A study of 1,000 workplaces published in Thinking On Your Feet, a report by the commercial arm of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, RADA Business, has found that 42% of workers are able to think more quickly when they feel relaxed.
Nearly the same number (41%) said that they felt more confident following relaxation time, while 34% said they felt better understood by others. One in three admitted that when they were relaxed, they could listen to what other people were saying with greater skill, whilst 31% said they could adapt better to people and situations.
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