Roundup No 4: Your productivity – bad habits that reduce it and workspaces that increase it

Bad Habits You Must Break to Be More Productive

Perfectionism might actually be bad for your productivity. “We tend to freeze up when it’s time to get started because we know that our ideas aren’t perfect and what we produce might not be any good. But how can you ever produce something great if you don’t get started and give your ideas time to evolve?” says Dr. Travis Bradberry, co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and co-founder of TalentSmart.
Do you know which habits are the worst for your productivity? Read more on LinkedIn Pulse and learn how to change your bad habits to reach long-term happiness, boost your mood, and become more satisfied and productive at what you do.

How to Turn Your Workspace Into a Den of Productivity

To increase productivity, you should always work with yourself to improve your mindset and set goals. But at the same time, you should also look at your environment as another productivity booster that’s equally important. Erik Devaney, content strategist at HubSpot, has provided 7 different tips backed by science and research on how to create a workspace that positively impacts your productivity.
A couple of easy things to do are to let the sun shine in and get some yellow accents to stimulate your productivity and boost your energy, mood, and well-being! Read the full post here and upgrade your office environment today!

It’s Time to Say Goodbye to Those Productivity-Killing Distractions

Did you know that the average worker experiences an interruption every 3 minutes and that it usually takes 23 minutes to get back into the flow? Abby Wolfe has shared an awesome infographic that explains how to optimize your workflow and productivity at the office.
Explore the ways to optimize your meetings and learn about easy methods to improve your productivity, increase your alertness, and reduce fatigue!