Roundup No. 9: Reach The Highest Productivity Levels

Productivity Levels

Productivity is important. No doubt! So, specially for you Luxafor has made a post full of tricks on how to reach the highest productivity levels.

Luxafor Noticeably Boosts Your Productivity at Work

A simple gadget created to be there for you when you really need it. Imagine – deadlines are coming like a speed train, you can’t focus, co-workers are interrupting, you can’t do anything! Well, Luxafor will help you with all of that. It’s true what they say – the simplest ideas are the best ones.

5 Daily Habits That Will Increase Your Productivity Levels

How to increase your productivity levels? Easy! Start picturing yourself as the most productive person in the world. AND getting out of the work for lunch every day will also help. But wait, here’s more.

Four Secrets Of People Who Finish Their Workweeks On Thursday

You must schedule your day and prioritize your tasks. Yes, I know. You have heard this now for hundreds of times. But what if I told you that these and two other things can lead you to a four-day long workweek?

Want to Be More Productive? Sit Next to Someone Who Is

Extensive research by Cornerstone On Demand and researchers at Harvard Business School suggests that who an employee sits next to affects how they perform. When paired correctly employees gained up to 13% in productivity and up to 17% in effectiveness. So next time you wish to improve your output look for a right partner to sit next to.

10 Office Hacks For Having Your Most Productive Day Ever

Did you know that changing your attitude to more positive can lead to your most productive day ever? Check out how this and other office hacks can make you happier and more productive as well as help you to spring back to life during your day job.

A More Human Approach to Productivity

Your time, energy and attention – the three components of productivity. Watch this TEDx Talk by Chris Bailey to learn why time, energy, and attention are so important and how to manage them. The good news is you don’t have to wake up extra early to be more productive.