Make Stress a Thing of the Past with a Philip Stein Watch

This might not be the kind of thing you want to think about this time of year, but did you know that on average, we spend more than half of our waking hours in the workplace?  If you love your job and the people you work with, this fact will not bother you, but many people find that the workplace is stealing every second of their available time.  If you want to be more organized in the New Year, now is the time to set goals and make decisions that will limit the stress you feel from your job.

 Before I get started on this list, I would like to mention that everything I am about to suggest will be much easier to pull off if you are wearing a Philip Stein Teslar watch. 

Okay, so here goes:

  • Make a daily “to-do” list for the next day before you leave the office.  This will give you a great starting point for what you want to accomplish when you come in the next morning.
  • Don’t forget to delegate.  Sure, you might be able to do a better job than that new guy, but when you fail to delegate and try to handle everything yourself, you end up with all the stress that comes with it.
  • Schedule some time for yourself.  Whether it’s a 30 minute walk during lunch hour, or a few online games to stimulate your mind, you need to break away from your work if you are going to remain productive throughout the day. 
  • Tackle your most difficult tasks first.  This way, you can spend the late afternoon hours (when your energy level drops) doing something less challenging.

Above and beyond all these smart ideas, if you want to reduce the amount of stress in your life it makes sense to start wearing a Philip Stein Teslar watch.  By interacting with your body’s unique energy field, the frequency technology in these watches promotes improved energy flow and resistance to low-frequency electromagnetic fields. The net result is less stress, more energy, and a general sense of well-being.

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