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26 Things Successful People Do To Increase Their Productivity at Work

26 habits, beautifully Listed out by SnackNation that you can inculcate in your life and organization’s culture to get better productivity.

It seems like more and more companies are adopting the motto “do more with less”.

So where does that leave you?

Scrambling to complete deadlines, wearing 18 different hats, answering the slew of emails and phone calls… you get the point.

The goal of this post is to help you find ways for you and your team to increase productivity at work. Instead of trying to do a bunch of these at once, find a couple that you can implement for at least 21 days (the time it typically takes to form a new habit).

1. List your “crucial results” for the day

Crucial results are a list of objectives that absolutely need to be accomplished during your day to move your projects and goals forward. Create a spreadsheet listing your top 3 crucials for each day. This will help you plan each day and make sure you’re maintaining focus on the most important tasks each day.

2. Use tools to make your life easier and help you work more efficiently

There’s a lot of technology being developed to help you organize your life, use your time effectively, and make your life easier. Here’s a couple to try out that can help you increase your productivity at work:

Time Doctor Time Management SoftwareTime Doctor’s time tracking software helps teams be more productive. By running in the background on your team’s computer, you’ll be able to see high level and granular reports about how your team spends their day. You’ll see which apps and websites they use while working. When team members begin to spend too much time on blacklisted sites, Time Doctor gives them a friendly reminder to get back on track.






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