An organized office increases productivity. However sometimes it can be difficult to know how to organize your office. Where do you start? What system supports the most productivity? Let’s take a look at seven tips to organize your office for maximum productivity. #1 Create a stop light system.
Do your days feel overwhelming? Do you spend your day checking off tasks, only to feel as if you’ve accomplished nothing? There really is a secret to daily productivity. Here are five ways to organize daily tasks efficiently. #1 Prioritize Many people mistake prioritizing tasks with ordering them.
All month we've been talking about productivity, time management, and eliminating procrastination as a means of policy for exponential business growth. However, if your business is not scalable, all the productive and time management measures you put into place will be moot. Let's explore
A cluttered desk can significantly impede your productivity. If you can't find an important file or even find a space for your laptop, you will waste valuable time looking for the file or just clearing off space. Worse still, clutter can be demoralizing and foster procrastination. Fortunately,
Time is a funny thing - everyday you hear people say "I don't have the time for that" or "I don't have enough time for this" when in reality, time it is an absolute constant. We never lose time, and we never gain time. There are always 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week, and 52 weeks in a year.
It's often said that time is our greatest commodity. It's the only thing that everyone has in equal shares - each one of us has the same amount of time in each day. Really, each one of us has all the time in the world. Strange, but true if you think about it. Since everyone has 24 hours in a
By owning your own business you are not only the boss but you are also the business owner. Many people can really excel in this situation and accomplish more this way then the traditional working environment. But for many others this situation could be a total disaster. That is why it is so