How to be Productive in Work From Home Culture?

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Today, when the whole world is talking about work from home or hybrid work… a very big question is standing in front of us and on the mind of every human resource professional is that ‘how to be productive in one’s work?’

Managing your time in a way that suits your productivity, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start.

Here are my 10 thoughts on the subject that one can keep in mind to move in that direction:

Avoid multitasking

Your performance may suffer if your brain is juggling many things at once. Researchers at Stanford University discovered that multitaskers’ brains are less effective even when they are not multitasking.

Pay attention to your hobbies

If anyone does any of his favorite hobbies along with his work, then it has a positive effect on his work. This way, most difficult works can be done easily.

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Focus on the most important tasks first

Sometimes we pay attention to small tasks but our important work remains behind. Prioritize it carefully.

Task Productivity Templates

Create a task template for analysing your productivity to simplify the task and make it easy to do.

Take care of the biggest tasks when you’re most alert

Understanding when and how you work best is the key to getting those big projects done on time.

Keep an eye on a distraction

With email, social media, and thousands of little errands, it’s easy to get distracted when you’re trying to be productive. One powerful way to reduce distractions is to create a “distraction list” and avoid it.

List your ‘important work’

Important works are a list of objectives that need to be fully accomplished during your day in order to advance your projects and goals.

Take breaks

Studies show that taking regular breaks helps with concentration and boosts your mood. Take regular breaks every day.

Set Small Goals

If you break down your larger objectives into smaller tasks, you will feel more in control and be more productive.

Apply the ‘two-minute rule’

finding and completing tasks that take two minutes or less really saves you time. So, if it takes less than two minutes, do it now.

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