Over the years I have come across some useful everyday tips in the fantastic world we call The Internet. Sure enough, myths and quackery abound; but this simple tip really works for me and thus I decided to share it. Hopefully you can take advantage of it too!
Struggling to be more productive at work? Many of us have to work at some place either too #hot or too cold but it turns out the key to productivity lies not in our brains but in the thermostat!
#Studies have shown that when workers are cold they make more #mistakes, and those mistakes can really add up to as much as 10% of hourly wages. When #workers are warm they work better and that ultimately saves employers #money. However, one shouldn't randomly choose a high room temperature.
#Researchers believe that there is an ideal room temperature for maximising the workers' output. The ideal temperature for productivity is around 71.5° F (22° C). Any warmer than 73° F or 75° F (23° C or 24° C) and the productivity starts going down again.