We’ve all had those days at work where the day just drags on. You are not focused and a quick snooze seems to be the order of the day. Unfortunately, you cannot just decide to go lie down and have to come up with ways to remain focused and alert. We all want to have every item on our to-do lists ticked off at the end of the day. Having a plan might get you there. Randomly multitasking can both exhaust you and have you end your day with minimal work completed. (more…)
Just as you have started to work on a big project, you get the sudden need to make coffee, check why frogs are green, write an email to a long-lost friend or even clean the floor. If you know what I am talking about, you have been struggling with procrastination.
Procrastination is not only something that happens with students, it’s a common productivity killer in workplaces as well. It is something that affects us all at some point in our lives, but nearly 20% of people identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. (more…)
Does your workplace triggers and increases stress? How many times and hours daily do you find yourself stressing out which affects your whole productivity and steady focus throughout the day in general?
Workplace stress is serious and shouldn’t be shrugged off as “this day will pass” and “you’ll get over it”. The feeling is overwhelming and causes a chain reaction to our daily routine. (more…)
Staying focused in the summer can be a challenge. The weather is warm, and the last thing you want to do is be stuck in a boring old office when vacation time is just around the corner. When everyone around you is spending the day on the beach or traveling the world, it should come as no surprise that productivity takes an average 20% dip during the summer months. But all’s not lost! Here are some tips on how to stay productive and focused during the summer. (more…)
Teach yourself to be productive. Nothing is more valuable than mental workouts that increase your ability to work, focus and be productive. Ready to start? These 9 important tips, written by Mike Renahan on Hubspot, are your benchmark. (more…)