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3 Tips For Staying Productive At Work



Staying on task at work is important if you want to be able to keep your job.  Your team is depending on you in order to get the job done so it is important to not let anyone down.

One of the best ways to keep out of trouble on the job is to make sure that you are always focused on the task at hand rather than socializing, falling into poor prioritizing, or not showing up at all. Many people are excellent at staying on task while many others struggle with keeping their mind focused on work.

In order to stay focused and productive at work and keep your job secured, try the following tips.

Don’t Distract Yourself On Your Computer

If your job involves sitting at a desk you may find yourself tempted to get onto social media, personal email, or purchasing things online.  It can be easy to associate your computer with personal time as your eyes start to wander to websites and keeping in touch with the outside world.

Over 50% of employees who say that they wish they could be more productive at work attribute their distraction and lack of focus on the internet.  By agreeing with yourself that you won’t use your time at work to do anything online that isn’t directly related to your job, you will find that your work process will improve significantly.

Get Plenty Of Sleep

When you don’t get enough sleep you find yourself feeling sluggish, unfocused, and unmotivated.  It is important to make sure that you are sleeping at least 7 hours a night in order to be in tip-top shape for your job the next day.

Try to save any social gatherings for nights when you don’t have to work the next day.  Alcohol even in small amounts can make you feel less inclined to want to do anything the next day and inhibits entering a deep sleep rhythm.  

Eat A Healthy Lunch

Our bodies are no different than a car that needs gasoline in order to run.  If you do not fill your tank you will find that you are going to be unable to properly execute your tasks.  

The same analogy can be applied about what kind of fuel you put into your car.  If you put low-quality gasoline into your car it isn’t going to run as well.  The same can be said if you eat greasy, high-fat food with no nutrients in it.  All this will do is give you a stomach ache and make you feel lazy.

Instead, try to pack a healthy and light meal which leaves you feeling satisfied and full but not overly full and tired.


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