Using video editing software can create amazing things… that often distract from our work. Or is that really the case?
If you love cute animal videos, we’ve got some good news for you. What was once considered a waste of time may actually be a boost to your productivity.
Recent research suggests that looking at pictures of baby animals can increase your focus and productivity. The next time your boss tells you to stop watching that heartwarming kitten video, remind them that you are actually hard at work.
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A few adorable pictures plugged into video editing software could potentially be your secret weapon to career success.
Since we love animal videos around here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites to share with you. Enjoy! And don’t feel bad about spending some time enjoying these clips; once you finish your productivity just might soar. And if you need any evidence to back up the animal video productivity claim, here’s a link to a great article we found from Forbes.
Gotta Love Those Baby Kittens
These cute kittens are adorable. If they don’t cause an immediate boost in your focus, at least they will entertain.
Baby Animal Compilation
Whether you love puppies, kittens or baby porcupines (technically called porcupettes), this video is for you. It features an assortment of adorable baby animals. The video is almost 10 minutes long, offering plenty of footage for your baby animal fix. Enjoy!
One of my favorite parts of a visit to the zoo is seeing the baby animals. This video showcases all of the new additions at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo in 2011 and let me tell you, they are delightful. I especially love the cute baby hippo and the tiny elephant rolling in the mud as it learns to walk.
Productivity boost or not, baby animal videos are never a waste of time in my book. Enjoy these cute little critters! And if you have access to a baby animal of your own, don’t forget to share the wealth by creating your own photo slideshow using video editing software. You might just inspire the world’s next big invention!