Procrastination can be defined in many ways. Some procrastinators constantly change the dates of all their tasks, in the end not doing anything at all, while others put off working on small, negligible projects in order to concentrate on big stuff, achieving great results. The former is called unstructured or passive procrastinating – and as much as the passive procrastinators deny it, it’s basically laziness. The latter, however, is nothing of the sort. Referred to as active or conscious procrastination, it can lead to serious productivity boost if used in the right way.
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Are you a morning or a night person? When you’re busy all the time, waking up early essentially adds an extra hour or two to your day. Although it can be difficult at first, waking up early can boost your time management skills, simply because you have more time to get things done. It is also reported that waking up early can leave you feeling more refreshed and energised for the day (providing you get enough sleep).
Cloud Productivity, anyone? Years ago, the word “cloud” had an entirely different connotation. But now, in the business world and beyond, almost everyone is aware of cloud computing services. With the cloud becoming ever more popular, there’s a good chance it’s become a part of how you do business.
You may even have heard that the cloud can increase productivity for you or your business, but maybe you weren’t sure how. Here are six ways the cloud can help you boost your productivity and get more out of your workday.
The world of modern business is a cold and unforgiving place where the big fish eats the small one. Unfortunately, as a startup or a small business, you will most probably be at the bottom of the food chain. Still, this is the way it goes and this lack in size can be compensated for quite easily.
All you have to do is find some cost-effective ways to utilize your productivity and that of your employees. Your safest bet would naturally be to turn to technology for aid.
Here are some of the ways in which technological advancements can increase employee’ productivity.
Moving from one site to another is a sane business strategy. These days many business owners and managers are taking the bold decision to move out of the crowded city centers into a more rural environment. This brave decision may well have been powered by the desire to work in country setting and will obviously have major implications when it comes to cutting costs.
This brave decision may well have been powered by the desire to work in country setting and will obviously have major implications when it comes to cutting costs.
Imagine if someone stole your computer. What would you lose? Your documents, your pictures, other things you could never replace, but you have likely also stored personal information on your computer, including passwords, financial information and more.
Business travel is necessary, but it can become a major setback. We don’t always get to leave at the most opportune times, and that means we wind up having to shift our priorities to what we’ll be able to do at the moment. There’s no reason to agonize while you’re on the road. You can’t bring your office with you, but you can work remotely with what you have.
There’s no reason to agonize while you’re on the road. You can’t bring your office with you, but you can work remotely with what you have.
Uber is a big part of many people’s lives. Hearing phrases like “let’s grab an Uber” or “should we Uber?” is now commonplace in our society. There’s good reason for this, as the shared ride phenomenon leaves public transit and taxis in the dust, at least in terms of convenience, reliability and cos
Unfamiliar with the term? A lifehack is a technique or method of doing things that is uncommon but brilliantly clever. When used correctly, lifehacks help folks reclaim time, save their money and repurpose items.
Lifehacks come in all shapes and sizes. There’s virtually no end to their possibilities, and anyone from any walk of life can invent a new one instantly — as long as it’s sensible and provides utility.
Offices were meant to be the best place to get work done. But between the people milling around, the allure of the internet to distract us and the general din that occurs when you stick hundreds of people in a big room together, sometimes it can be hard to be productive.
We’ve got 10 tips to keep you going, even in the most distracting of offices.