Oct
8
Are You on a Hamster Wheel?

Productive is not the same as busyness. A hamster wheel provides a great analogy of burning time and excessive energy with no direction or purpose. You can run fast but it is tough to reach anywhere if you do not have a plan in place.

Here are 3 ways to stay productive. Prioritize for maximum results by utilizing your time, energy and paying attention to complete task effectively and efficiently.

Time
We can always choose how we want to spend our time. We all have the same amount of time in our day to accomplish task. By using your time efficiently and effectively, you can fulfill commitments on time.

Energy
Our energy levels are different throughout the day. Maximize your energy by prioritizing your time to focus on specific task. My energy level is at its peak in the mornings. I always prioritize my time to write in early mornings. In the afternoon, I enjoy a walk along the beach to provide space in my mind to create new ideas or explore new areas of interests.

Attention
Attention is in the details that make you stand out from the rest. Clients always notice when you take the time to include the smallest details. When you take care of the details, your project always appears more polished.

Productivity is not perfection rather it is allowing creative juices to flow. It is clarity, accomplishments, completions, thinking ahead, moving forward, goal-setting.

Be aware how you spend your time to bring clarity, direction and success in your business.


Elizabeth Densmore

Elizabeth Densmore is the owner of Office 2 Office Business Solutions in West Kelowna, BC. Office 2 Office Business Solutions offers a range of office efficiencies for your small business to operate at top capacity by introducing the tools, training and strategies to become more effective and productive. Elizabeth provides the guidance to streamline systems that accelerate, organize and simplify everyday processes.

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