Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being, and Peak Human Performance.
Some people may ask if it’s possible to personally increase productivity in the workplace, and the answer is ‘yes.’ You don’t have to leave it to your manager to motivate you and make work more interesting.
Organization is Key
Many people struggle when it comes to managing their time. You can start by organizing your thoughts every day. Write down what you want to achieve the day before when you are about to finish work. Then refer to the list early in the morning and throughout the day to make sure you keep the goals.
Make sure you organize your lunch the day before and get a good night’s sleep so you are functioning at your optimum level.
Form Healthy Relationships
It’s very important to get along with the people you work with. Do not harbor grudges, for this will give you a more relaxing and invigorating atmosphere to work in. Yes, there can be difficult people that you may encounter at work, but it’s best to try to be the better person. You can do this by inviting them to lunch or sharing a joke with them. Getting along well with co-workers can help to increase productivity in the workplace, as you all will feel that you have a common goal.
Make sure you take a break from time to time. If you are always in front of the computer, it’s good to walk around a bit, about every hour. This can improve your circulation as well as your productivity in the workplace.
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