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Implement a 'Work Reset'

Thirteen tips to make your job less stressful this year

While many people use the new year as a time to start eating healthier, working out or drinking more water, productivity experts say it’s also a good time to reset at work.

The start of the new year offers workers a reference point in which they can evaluate what went well, what went poorly and what they want in the future and make a plan for progress, experts say. It may be just as important, if not more, than setting personal health goals as most workers spend the majority of their waking hours at their jobs, they note.

“It’s important to take the time to assess the past year and look forward,” said Jono Luk, vice president of product management at Webex by Cisco. “It’s so easy to jump back to that same clip and pace [you had before].”

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