Productivity: Caffeine is the Silent Killer of Success

March 24, 2015

Having a daily cup of joe may be helpful for some parts of a remodeler’s job, but it is hurting your performance far more than it’s helping it.

Inc. business coach and writer Travis Bradberry cites research from the Johns Hopkins Medical School, which found that the adrenaline induced by coffee drinking may be good for short-term cognitive performance and physical tasks, but once the effects are gone, caffeine actually reduces your overall performance and hurts your sleep cycle.

Read the full story at Inc.

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