Next time your boss catches you daydreaming at work, tell them you’re not slacking off . . . you’re using your imagination to make billions of dollars for the company. You know . . . eventually.
According to a new study out of Washington University in St. Louis, it’s a GOOD THING when people daydream at work.
The researchers found it helps them come up with more creative solutions to whatever they’re working on . . . and also helps them get through challenging projects.
Unfortunately, work culture hasn’t quite caught up with the power of daydreaming (or day-drinking, for that matter) . . . because the researchers also found if you get caught doing it too much, it can have a negative effect on your performance reviews. (Study Finds)