Time Management Tips
The only 3 ways to have more usable time are:
Stop doing low priority items
Be more efficient at what you do
Delegate some of your work to others
Start making better use of your time by logging your current activities for a few days to learn where your time goes, and look closely at what you do with discretionary time.
Commit to a small block of time — an hour a week or 15 minutes a day when you solely focus on improving your time management. Putting how you spend your time in the spotlight for a few weeks will pay off.
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(NewsUSA) – If you want to make your workday a bit better, just turn to coffee. That’s according to a survey where coffee was identified as key to securing some of offices’ best business deals, improving networking and giving office workers a feeling of being at their best.
In fact, the recent survey conducted by Harris Poll and Keurig Green Mountain showed that of the 843 adults who were interviewed (presumably around the coffee machine), 89 percent said a good cup of coffee makes their entire workday even better.
“Clearly, coffee plays an important role in our society and means so much more than just taking a break from work,” says Nicole Williams, Career Expert and founder of WORKS. “It has become a way of bringing individuals together, for colleagues to brainstorm or collaborate, to interact with your boss in a more casual way or even spark one’s own creativity.”
“The next time you plan a big meeting, go one step further by making a large carafe for everyone in the room,” says Williams. “Almost half of office workers who drink coffee agree that coffee has been the key to making some of their office’s best business deals happen,” says Williams. “The more time and effort you put into planning a great meeting, the better your team will appreciate you and the task at hand.”
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