It’s easy to get distracted at work. With everyone multitasking, we need the advantage of staying focused on the original assignment.
No Mobile Alerts
You can’t stay focused on an assignment with your phone going off. Just turn notifications off and check your email and social media when you have completed the work.
Good health supports productivity. If you enjoy exercising, exercise in the morning. Drink more water to give you more energy. Eat breakfast and fuel yourself for the beginning of the day.
30 Minute Meetings
Aim to keep meetings at 30 minutes. Send materials in advance and cover as much as possible through email. Longer meetings fill schedules and lower productivity.
Take a break
Burnout occurs frequently in nonprofits. Take a few five-minute breaks throughout the day. Leave the office for a short walk.
Don’t be afraid to say no. If you take on too much work, all your work suffers.
Scheduling assignments and meetings in your calendar to increase your productivity and eliminate any assignments that get pushed to the bottom of your to do list.
There are a variety of online tools that can help your organization stay on track. Find the best apps that can control your social media, time management, and more.
If you can accomplish a task in under two minutes, do it now. Short emails and phone calls can pile up if you do not address them right away.
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