Could you start the day without your morning cup of coffee?  The latest research shows that America drinks 400 million cups of coffee per day, with the daily coffee intake of Americans hitting a two-decade high in 2022.


Let’s face it, ever since the Europeans discovered coffee in the 1600s, it’s been an infatuation of the western world.  This magic brew makes you vibrant and productive. It isn’t just an addictive substance; it’s a cultural phenomenon.  Coffee shops are often credited as the birthplace of the Enlightenment, the American and French Revolutions, and even the Shins!


But what role does coffee have in the workplace?  Does it actually make us more productive or is it mankind’s most effective placebo? This infographic goes in-depth to explain just how coffee affects our daily routine, and how we can nurture our caffeine fixes without overdoing it.


So sit back with your bagel and morning brew, and enjoy the only Infographic that dares to ask: “Does Coffee Really Make You More Productive at Work?”


Does Coffee Really Make You More Productive at Work