We all want to be as productive and successful as possible but many of us find that we get ourselves stuck in a rut that we can’t find a way out of. And even if we are able to focus, pushing ourselves just that little bit harder can make the difference between getting by at work and excelling at our jobs. If you want to give your work that little extra push, why not think outside the box and take up dancing? Even if you don’t end up being able to dance like Anna Kovel and the other dancers in the video, you might feel like you can! And you should see the quality of your work increase at the same time.

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It boosts your brainpower

When we dance, we have to use a variety of brain areas at the same time, and they have to work together. This can increase and strengthen the neural connections in your brain which can improve your ability to problem solve and complete complex tasks in your job. Remember that your brain is a muscle and the more you train it, the better it will perform.

It increases your confidence

Being in control of your body, performing, and executing a dance routine perfectly can all do wonders for your confidence. And this can translate to all the other areas of your life, including your job. Dancing can help you walk around with your head up high and having this extra confidence at work can help you to take calculated risks that can pay off, make better connections when you’re networking, and negotiate more successfully with your management.

It inspires creativity

Dancing is a creative act, especially if you are learning to improvise and social dance with new partners. Having a creative outlet can help you learn to be creative in other areas of your life, including work. And at work, creativity is a driver of innovation. You are far more likely to have that “lightbulb moment” when you have taught yourself how to bring creativity into your life.

It keeps your healthy

A healthy body is a healthy mind. Dancing will keep you fit, no matter what your ability level is, and the healthier you are, the more energy you will have to dedicate to your job. It will also boost your mood which can make you better able to focus and apply yourself to work.

The bottom line

Learning to dance can do wonders for your mental and physical health and it can also help you to be more productive and effective at work. Your work self and your self outside of work are the same person so taking care of one will have all sorts of positive consequences for the other. So get your dancing shoes on and see how they can help you to succeed at whatever you do!

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