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A Keynote Speaker Advises on Sleeping Your Way to the Top

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Every keynote speaker who’s at the top of his or her game knows just how important a good night’s sleep is. Andy Core lists some of the top reasons why your poor sleep habits may be preventing you from climbing up the corporate ladder.

  1. Getting proper shut-eye for 7-9 hours a night leaves you feeling refreshed and energized the next day and better able to tackle work projects with utmost skill and attention.
  2. Sleeping well and long enough on a regular basis can help stave off health problems. The healthier you are, the less likely you are to take valuable time off work and not be there for important projects.
  3. Your brain plays through the day’s events when you’re asleep. Depriving it of this review time means that you’re less able to deal with your surroundings the next day and make less use of your intellect. A keynote speaker knows that the corner office doesn’t go to someone who can’t consistently think quickly on the spot.
  4. The less you sleep, the more likely you are to put on weight that can lead to obesity. Unless you’re Warren Buffett or Bill Gates, how you look – unfortunately – has a lot to do with where you work.

A professional keynote speaker like Andy Core knows that with only a couple of small changes, changing your sleeping habits can lead to better performance at the office and an increased chance of promotions.

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Keynote Speakers: Why Lousy Well Being is Preventing You from Getting the Corner Office

Keynote speakers state that those who are frequently sick usually don't practice good well being.

Keynote speakers state that those who are frequently sick usually don’t practice good well being.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

At first glance, it may not seem like having good well being has anything to do with what goes on at the office. However, keynote speakers know that if you dig a little deeper, you’ll find out just tied the two are to each other. Expert speaker Andy Core reveals why.

  • Not eating well can put you at increased risk for being sick more often. Using up your sick days, unfortunately, means that you’ll tend to get passed by for more responsibility and promotions; showing up sick at the office won’t garner you much respect either. Prevention is vital here.
  • Skipping sleep makes you physically look like you don’t have a good handle on life. Examine your life and seeing where that extra hour or two of sleep is being used elsewhere. Do you spend a lot of time in traffic? Are you disorganized in the morning? Make a plan to streamline your life and put those hours to getting adequate rest.
  • A lack of exercise decreases your energy level and makes you less capable of handling a heavy workload. If that corner office comes down to you and someone who’s always bursting with energy and on top of tasks, who do you think it’ll go to?

Keynote speakers advise that you don’t let the opportunities that should be yours slip out of your hands because you’re not taking good care of yourself.

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Leadership Speaker’s Advice on Climbing the Corporate Ladder With a Positive Attitude

Climbing the corporate ladder may seem impossible. It requires commitment and determination says leadership speaker Andy Core.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.

Attitude is Everything

As leadership speakers all over the world often say, “No matter what company you work for, you need to realize that your attitude will determine a lot of things in your career. It is often said that attitude affects latitude. That is as true as it gets and as an employee looking to climb the corporate ladder you need to be conscious of your attitude and its impact on your immediate working environment.

Being Discovered

Leadership speakers note that climbing the corporate ladder is much like marketing a product in a new market. There is need to implement a strategy that will make the product recognized by the target consumer. The same strategy applies; there is need for you to market yourself (truthfully of course) to the right people. One of the most efficient ways is through word of mouth. When you have a great attitude about things, people will like you and will talk about you to someone else. If the right people talk about you to the right person, it will only be a matter of time before your aptitude is discovered.

Being likable is very vital in any work environment. Show interest in others’ work, helping when you can, and genuinely being concerned about your workmates.

Never forget what leadership speakers say: “No one trusts someone they don’t like.”

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Why Some Employees Have Higher Levels of Productivity in the Workplace than Others

Having a well motivated workforce will mean the employees will always be result oriented and this is all a result of the productivity in the workplace

Having a well motivated workforce will mean the employees will be result oriented and this will result in more productivity in the workplace.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Personal Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Why Not You?

Some people have been working in the same company for years, but have never been promoted. Others are promoted within the first few months of them entering the company. The question is, what is the difference? Why is there more productivity in the workplace with some people? There are a few things that will be addressed pertaining to these questions.

Be Noticed

One aspect of being promoted is being on time to work and knocking off when you are supposed to. Some people take this for granted, but this is an essential part of you being noticed in the workplace by your employers. Secondly, work hard and do your work with excellence. Excellence simply means doing the best that you can with the resources that are available. Always creating goals on how you can be more productive will help. Instead of doing the required amount of work, try going the extra mile with a glad heart and a cheerful spirit. Thirdly, getting on with your fellow workers is fundamental in you working in peace without any strife. Strife in the workplace reduces your concentration levels on the job and makes you think about things that will not make you productive in the workplace.

Productivity in the workplace is therefore something of paramount importance to an employee hoping to climb the corporate ladder.

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Making Mistakes is Better than Doing Nothing

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

  Even if you’re not achieving as quickly as you’d like, making an attempt will get you further than being afraid to try


Even if you’re not achieving as quickly as
you’d like, making an attempt will get
you further than being afraid to try

No matter what you do, doing something will most likely get you farther than doing nothing at all. Successful people get to be successful through action. When you’re working hard, you will likely make a lot of mistakes, but you will also achieve much more.

You can’t be afraid to take chances and do your best. Sometimes even your best efforts may fall short, but remember that you’re gaining experience. With that added experience and the knowledge you gain along the way, the next time may be the time you achieve what you were trying for.

You will gain nothing by sitting around waiting for happiness to come your way. You must get out and work at it, whether you’re trying for a relationship or a job promotion, or something else you hope to accomplish in your life.

It’s always preferable to make a strong effort and make an error, than it is to do nothing. Any strides you make, no matter how slow your progress, will take you further than never trying to take a step. So get out and do your best, even if you know you may mess up.

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