How to Be More Efficient
It’s a common phrase that most have us either hear or say on a regular basis: “so much to do, so little time”, and it’s a well announced saying because most of the time, it’s true. We have a continuously expanding task list but there are only a certain amount of hours in the day that we can use and get through our work.
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So what’s the solution?
We can either reduce our workload, which for some of us just isn’t an option, or we can make the most of the time that we have and become more efficient with our work, getting through more in less time.
We’d all like to be more efficient and up our productivity at work, but did you know that by making some simple changes to your lifestyle and implementing some very simple techniques you can actually improve your work productivity?
By making small changes to your lifestyle such as getting a bit more sleep (or maybe even a bit less!) you can improve your physical and mental condition at work, allowing you to work better.
Things such as not getting too comfortable in meetings, and also planning shorter meetings, mean that you can spend more time actually working rather than discussing things in depth that don’t really need that much time spending on them.
Some of the greatest thinkers, innovators and world leaders use techniques such as ‘automated decision making’ to make sure they get more done. For example, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg wears the same clothes every single day, but why? Mr. Zuckerberg is a busy man and doesn’t want to spend time thinking about what he’s going to wear, so he just wears the same thing. The same goes for Apple’s former CEO Steve Jobs – he always wore the turtleneck and jeans outfit every day, using that time to put his times and effort elsewhere.
Here are some more tips for how you can have the best working day of your life every day from Air IT.
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As a mompreneur, how can these tips help you? What simple changes will you start implementing this week to be more efficient? Please let us know in the comments below!
Special thanks go to air-it.co.uk for this insightful article! They are an award-winning IT and communications provider based in the UK and we thank them for this useful advice.