There’s a Starbucks on almost every corner. If you happen to need coffee before you get to the next corner, there’s always Dunkin’ Donuts, or McDonalds, or the Keurig in your kitchen or the ubiquitous coffee pot in your workplace. American business gets done because of coffee.
Or maybe it’s actually killing your productivity. That’s the theory posited by Dr. Travis Bradberry, co-founder of emotional intelligence testing and training company TalentSmart, in a recent post on LinkedIn. Coffee has been shown, in the past to give a boost to mood and makes you feel more alert. But, Dr. Bradberry warns, new research shows that that “boost” is merely in response to your caffeine withdrawal. He writes:
To find out why Coffee is satan’s beverage and what you can do about it, click here: How to be more productive at work without a java jolt