The Principle of Overload is a theory which states that we should take __ in order to avoid mental and physical fatigue. Basically, it’s the idea that you’re more productive if you work for shorter periods of time with frequent breaks. This might seem counter-intuitive at first, but there are several advantages to this type of working schedule: – It’s more sustainable in the long run.
When you push yourself too hard, your productivity will decrease while anxiety and stress increase until they’re unbearable to bear. The risk of burning out is very high if you don’t take breaks frequently enough because it becomes impossible for your brain to recover from all the mental and physical “taxes” that come with working intensively on a project without any rest periods. – Breaks can bring about significant creativity boosts. Working intensely over an extended period of time often leads to creative blocks, which are much easier solved when there’s some distance between work periods as well as regular intervals where we can shift focus onto something else entirely (such as taking a walk). Taking short breaks