Small steps sometimes can add great strength to our ability to be efficient and effective at work or in activities that require our dedication. Referring to my experience I found success in applying these steps :
1. Arrive early
There is always a “jet lap” when you arrive at the office. It is the consequence of your morning commute. You need to recover from that moment usually by relaxing a little, setting up your computer, reappropriate your office space, updating your calendar, checking in with your co-workers before putting yourself in motion for the day.
2. Start with a small task with the first 10 minutes
The goal here is to get a momentum. It could be a small meeting, a short email or a simple analysis. Once you get that done it would give you that little boost you need to keep things rolling.
3. Take care of the biggest tasks when you’re most alert
Leveraging on that momentum, we can start working on key projects with full energy and confidence. However, understanding when and how you work best is key to getting those big projects done on time. There’s no set schedule that works for everyone… if you’re a morning person, tackle the big tasks first thing in your day.
4. Take small breaks
We might think working longer hours means we’re getting more done, but we never work as well when we’re burned out. Studies show taking regular breaks helps concentration and boosts your mood. Take a five-minute walk around the office, or spend 15 minutes grabbing that mid-afternoon coffee.
5. During your lunch break get out of the office and go for a walk
10 to 15 minutes walk out of the office, will help your moral, your energy, and your mood. The contact with an open environment will trigger your brain for a reset.
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