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Woman's feet standing on a wood floor The Benefits of Thinking on Your Feet—Literally

Most articles and research about avoiding prolonged sitting and doing more work while standing have focused on the physical health benefits of periodic standing, particularly if you have a desk job. But there are also mental benefits. Standing and walking improve attention, memory, and other cognitive skills, too.

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Naomi Karten
Woman standing up from desk Tips to Get You Up from Your Desk and Moving Around

We've all heard the dangers that come from sitting too much. Luckily, there are plenty of ideas that can help you move a little more, even if your job entails sitting for most of the day. You just need a reminder to get up every hour or so—and among these tips, there's sure to be one that works for you.

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Naomi Karten
Reward Your Agile Group with Shorter, Meaningful Meetings

The agile standing meeting doesn't require a lot to be successful, although some groups may need to add some flavor to spice up their morning routine. Mike Cohn and other experts share some tips on how to add impact to your meetings, while keeping them concise.

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Noel Wurst