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Take A Break, Have A Cup Of Tea, And Don’t Feel Guilty

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When one of the most successful businessmen in the world was asked how he handled his problems, his answer was quite simple. The founder of the Virgin Group, Richard Branson, answered the question simply by saying that whenever he faces any sort of a challenge throughout his day, he takes a break, has a cup of tea, and relaxes. He said that he does not care what the climate is or what time of the day it is, a cup of tea and a short break gives him the energy to deal with his problems.

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Taking a break and having a cup of tea not only refreshes your mind and taste buds, but also gives you a moment of relaxation without any distractions. You should never feel guilty about taking a break. If you’re feeling frustrated or exhausted, one of the best things you can learn to do is rest, rather than give up. In that moment of relaxation, have that cup of beverage that relaxes your inner soul and take a stock of your surroundings. Instead of worrying about the future, live in the moment and enjoy your present. Be in the moment and organize your thoughts. This short break will help you re-energize yourself and these few minutes of down time will help you spur back into action.

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Many people work increasingly long hours and take their work home with them too. By having a tea break, you can get the space to think and relax. Whether it’s to have a chat with a friend, ponder a business idea, or watch an inspirational video, the simple act of enjoying a soothing cup of hot beverage can give you the time you need. All over the world, but especially in the UK, cups of tea provide a great excuse for colleagues to join together and have a chat. It’s such a simple thing that brings people together all over the world. There’s no end to the great ideas dreamed up by people talking around the kettle. After all, the English colonized the entire world and they are famous for their tea-time rituals.

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