Take a walking meeting as often as you can to improve memory and focus.

Improve memory and focus.

Schedule at least one walking meeting per week. Walking three times a week for forty minutes increases brain connectivity and cognitive performance.

How to do it

  • Find a meeting to take this week and label the location in your calendar as “walking.” Give your colleague a heads up too, so everyone is in comfortable shoes!
  • Map out where you want to walk ahead of time. Walking outside can improve your memory and focus, but if that’s not an option even a few laps around the office can do.
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