When Are Your Employees Happier? In The Morning or Afternoon?

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Twitter has allowed scientists at Cornell University to study human behaviour like never before…

Question: When Are Your Employees Happier? In The Morning or Afternoon?

Scientists discovered after analysing over 500 Million twitter messages that people are more ‘upbeat’ when they wake up and become ‘grumpier’ as the day wears on…this study was published in Science September 2011.

This early morning ‘happiness’ was also found true for weekends, after analysing ‘tweets’ in the United Arab Emirates, where the workweek is Sunday through to Thursday!

IMPLICATIONS: Sleep schedules strongly influence mood cycles.

Grow Business Grow® STRATGEY:
If you’re having trouble getting your employees or customers to be in a positive mood, have your meetings, training, or sales appointments earlier in the day…test it out for 90 days and see what happens!

Personally, I do all of my ‘high value’ thinking and planning first thing in the morning…all of our clients use a tool called the ‘weekly game plan’ and in it we divide up all activity as either Red, Yellow or Green…it does wonders for their results and for their confidence.

Our way of doing things is unique and it’s why it produces unique results for our clients…

We would love the opportunity to help you clear your head on what is the right way for you to accelerate your business… 

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About the Author:

George Bakrnchev is a business developer, psychology double major and the Founder of The Grow Business Grow Boardroom Program - a unique program dedicated to helping business owners break free from working long hours for very little return. He says that if working hard was the key to success, then those who work the hardest would have the most - look around you: they don't!
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