photo credit: Getty Images
The answer is: play video games. Yes! Finally, I don't feel embarrassed to admit that I'm a gamer if it means it's helping me hone my productivity at work!
A new study out of Scotland found that people who play video games are more likely to succeed at work than people who don’t.The researchers found that video games are great for developing critical thinking, problem solving, resourcefulness and adapting to tricky situations.
Thankfully they say that you don’t have to be a hardcore gamer to get those results. They found that it only takes about two hours a week of video games to train your mind.