Business Insider: Wrong decisions we make every day without thinking Business Insider: Wrong decisions we make every day without thinking
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Business Insider: Wrong decisions we make every day without thinking

Business Insider makes the wrong decisions we make every day without thinking, even smart people make the wrong decisions sometimes because they simply did not spend any time thinking about those decisions.

The report monitors eight wrong decisions that can be made daily by humans:

Start today with easy tasks

Some people make the wrong decision when they begin their daily work with easy tasks. Some researchers say that the power of human will decreases with the hours of the day. It is therefore logical to start tasks that require a lot of activity and concentration in the morning. Others believe that willpower is unlimited, Human.

In general, if there is nothing else it makes sense to start with the toughest tasks, since you do not know what surprises will emerge later on.

Read the e-mail continuously

Some people can not resist the voice of the phone and alert them to the arrival of an e-mail, but some researchers have found that reading the mail continuously while working makes the performance of tasks delay by 40 percent.

Psychologist Ron Friedman says there is one solution to this problem: either make your phone silent or shut it down and focus on doing your job.

Put your mobile on the desk while you work

Some people make a mistake by placing the smartphone on the desk while working; it is not enough to put it on the vibration position. It is best to close it completely, and keep it away from the office; to focus on the performance of your job.

Stay seated all day

Office functions do not help you get a lot of physical activity. A growing body of research suggests that even if a person gets up and moves for a few minutes several times a day, this helps improve overall health.

A recent study, published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, found that people who had been physically active for about an hour a day had about half the risk of dying from heart attacks.

Staring at the computer screen for continuous hours

Screening of the computer screen can cause continuous hours of a disease known as "digital eye fatigue". Symptoms include dryness and blurred vision.

To solve this problem, Rahul Corana, a spokeswoman for the American Academy of Ophthalmologists, said: "The employee has to work on a 20-20-20 basis. Every 20 minutes, 20 seconds is considered 20 feet (six meters).

Get a break from work in the late afternoon

It is best for the employee to get a break in the middle of the morning time. A study conducted in 2015, published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, suggests that the longer the working day begins, the rest is less useful, but the early short breaks help to renew energy, focus and stimulation.

Interestingly, the same study found that it was not necessary to engage in non-work activities during rest, but the employee had to do something he chose and liked to do, such as browsing social media related to his work.

Eat non-nutritious foods

Do not believe the loud propaganda about nutritious foods, and know the truth about the ingredients of the food you eat.

Irene Broadwin of the Business Insider website has listed a list of foods that many think is useful, but it is not. For example, sugared and calorie juices may seem nutritious, while many people think that eating eggs will lead to high cholesterol, but that is not true either.

Get into the hassle with your wife

Some couples make mistakes when a wife makes a harsh comment about anything by not commenting, but rather retaliates and escalates. But it is best to try to curb this rush.

Dr. Ester Pirel offers advice to calm this conflict by showing some empathy for the wife and telling her that you understand the mystery of her anger and her heated talk even if she does not really understand why.

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