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Here Are Some Tips We’ve Learned About Being Productive

HOW TO – Workload can be stressful, it can often ruin your day just by imagining how much work needs to be done, that’s why office time should be optimized.

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It’s undeniable, some people look forward to leaving just right after getting work. Working regular hours can be boring, especially if you’re office is set in separate cubicles where there’s no one to talk to.

Work stress can often lead to more damages. Recently, ‘burnout‘ has been recognized by the World Health Organizations as a legitimate medical diagnosis.

If you’re one of the people who are slacking off at work just daydreaming of vacation, you might want to consider working efficiently to reduce the pressure on yourself.

Here are some tips on how to be more productive at work:


Try to analyze why you’re missing so much work. Could it be because you’re exhausted? Or maybe you’re using your phone too much? Or you spend too much time talking to your office mates? It’s very important to identify the original source of the problem and take necessary actions to fix it.


Try to get most of the important tasks done earlier. It’s suggested that you finish these tasks before lunch so you have more energy and time after. Make sure you leave enough time to finish the rest of the job.


If you try to do more things at once, it will only slow down the actual process and bug you down instead of doing each task individually. So focus on one task and get it done quickly to start another task.


It’s good to look forward to the future but make sure you focus on the present situation. Don’t try too work too hard to finish too much work. Setting a goal to high trying to get too many things done in a day would only stress you out more.

These are based on an article from Forbes.

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