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Increase Productivity at Work with These Tips

Date Posted: Jan 13, 2016

Being productive at work doesn’t necessarily mean one’s ability to produce a lot. Rather, it pertains to the effectiveness of the person’s productive effort.


But how can one do a great job despite work-related pressures and diversions? Heed this effective tips we gathered to help you:



  • Do plan your day the night before to keep you stay ahead and keep ahead.
  • Do the hardest tasks first. Studies say that the mind is sharpest earlier in the day.
  • Use a do-later list for less important tasks. They still need to be done nonetheless.
  • Ask for help when necessary. That’s what teamwork is all about.

“When you delegate work to the member of the team, your job is to clearly frame success and describe the objectives.” – Steven Sinofsky

  • Get enough rest every night.



  • Do not keep your schedules in different calendars, planners or gadget. Have them all synced in one location so you can arrange things easily.
  • Don’t lose your nerve when things do not go according to your plan. Remember that things happen beyond our control. Deal with the problem calmly.

“Failed plans should not be interpreted as a failed vision. Visions don't change, they are only refined. Plans rarely stay the same, and are scrapped or adjusted as needed. Be stubborn about the vision, but flexible with your plan.” – John C. Maxwell

  • Do not multi-task when doing the high level works. Keep your 100% focus to avoid errors.
  • Don’t forget to relax and reward yourself after accomplishing a great job.  You’re worth it!
  • Do not work continuously. You are not a robot. Have a break and catch some breather to maintain good health and productivity.


Sure there are more tips to become more productive but these should be enough to help you start hitting your daily and long-term career goals.


And to further help you do more, remember this:

First, be effective then be efficient.

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