суббота, 11 февраля 2017 г.
How to Get More Time to Improve Your Work Output
How productive are you at work? The thing is, you spend most of your day at work but the amount and quality of work you deliver is probably not substantial enough. Take a look at these ways on how you can improve the quality of your output so you can really say that you’re worth your salt.
When you open your inbox, ignore the forwarded emails that are not related to work. Everyday we get a lot of these emails but make it a habit to check these personal emails during break time, after work hours, or best–on weekends. In the same way, don’t send out emails that are for “keeping in touch” with your friends and family. You can send personal emails on a weekday but limit it to very important ones.
Try to resist joining small talk for two reasons: (1) it steals precious time and (2) it makes you lose your momentum. Limit small talk when you’re just doing something menial like cleaning your desk but go back to work immediately.
Don’t waste time looking for files and searching for documents. If you know exactly where to find what you need, you will not be shuffling through everything and getting stressed in the process.