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For time-pressured businesspeople and students, health-related goals often remain low on the list of priorities.

Achieving peak performance relies not only on being physically healthy but also on an individual’s mental wellness. By focusing on the mind-body link, extracting the positive and aiming ever higher, you can improve performance and productivity in both your work life and personal life.

Along with physical, mental, and nutritional wellbeing, there are also a number of other factors that contribute to one’s overall performance. These factors are: life balance; time management; and attitude. This white paper provides practical strategies in the three areas.

Good physical fitness not only improves energy levels, increases the ability to concentrate, and helps to provide sharper focus, but it can also contribute to a longer and happier life.

Nutrition is an important step in improving performance and productivity in both your work life and personal life.

Smith School of Business

Goodes Hall, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6

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