Sales and marketing firm Roar Ambition understands that it can be tough to build momentum when returning to work at the start of a brand-new year. However, with the success of its clients’ campaigns resting on the performance of its contractors, the firm has shared how it is helping energise these professionals.
Roar Ambition is an outsourced sales and marketing specialist that provides their client’s with a personalised form of direct marketing. Their approach to marketing allows Roar Ambition to connect directly with their brand’s consumers on a face-to-face basis, which goes a long way to ensuring a lasting business relationship as a result of an excellent buying experience. Roar Ambition integrates ambition, energy and enthusiasm as a central component to both the success of their clients’ campaigns and the individual progression of its contractors, many of which have aspirations to own their businesses in the future.
However, for some people, returning to work after a break such as the Christmas and New Year celebrations can sometimes interrupt flow and people can take time to focus and get back into the work mindset. Roar Ambition believes the best remedy for this is to get active first thing in the morning, even for a short burst to engage the mind and get pumped for a good day.
To support this remedy that Roar Ambition use to motivate their contractors is a study from researchers at Western University in Canada, who found that a 10-minute burst of exercise first thing in the morning can give a mental jumpstart on the day because it gets the brainwaves moving. Roar Ambition states that just 10 minutes of exercise first thing is achievable for everyone and there should be no excuse not to, because for short amount of time devoted to exercise there is a significant increase in brain focus, which results in better performance.
Roar Ambition achieves this 10-minutes of aerobic excise for their contractors through interactive morning meetings that get its workforce moving and the blood pumping to spark the brain.