The key to increasing your efficiency in the workplace is to slay the procrastination dragon. However it is no secret that this is easier said than done. Procrastination is something that affects us all at some point in our lives (if we are being honest with ourselves it has probably affected us at some point in the past 24 hours).
Here are a few tips on how to help boost your focus, increase your productivity and stay on track when working on that project that you have been putting off. (mere…)
Scheduling – just reading the word can inspire headaches. For a long time, organizing timetables had to be done manually, which can be time consuming, tedious, and not to mention leaves room for errors. Once learning about scheduling softwares, most businesses make the switch to the automated tool and never look back.
Here are some reasons why this might be the best step for your business to take in order to succeed. Such software can benefit your business in many different ways, the main ones being an increased efficiency, employee motivation/participation and the elimination of manual/human errors. (mere…)
There are so many distractions in today’s workplace that break your focus and productive streaks. It’s easy to get stressed and frustrated because of non-stop interruptions.
The good news is that there are hacks you can do to accomplish more in less time. These hacks include setting mini goals, putting a stop to multitasking, seeking quiet, and more. (mere…)
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. (mere…)
How do you work at the fullest capacity on days when you feel exhausted from a sleepless night? It turns out that sleep scientists have done some studies and created a simple schedule that’s divided by the hours and gives advice on how to spend each hour to help you stay productive despite feeling tired. (mere…)