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Focus on your work relationships

Focus on your work relationships

Do you have a best friend at work? If you do then good for you, you're then more likely to be engaged with work. If you don't, maybe it's time to consider having one because you'd have several hours of social time which ultimately improves your day.

Having a friend at work doesn't necessarily mean that you'd help them our with work-specific tasks. It's a way for you to gain a person's perspective, maybe ask their why and it could even be a reason why going to work will be much easier.


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