Effective Efficiencies That Accelerate Productivity
Use a Daily Action Plan to manage your time effectively and ultimately save valuable time.
Time management and Efficiency expert Ms Louise Corica said doing tasks one at a time and not going to the next task until the one at hand is finished is the best habit to develop.
“Not everyone is effective all the time when managing their time,” said Ms Corica.
“Always be alert to possible distractions and discover what creates the avoidance to completing tasks,” she said.
” When you notice that you are becoming distracted check the environment you are working in and re-focus.”
“Now is the time to improve inefficiencies by tackling the little speed bumps in your day that slow your productivity and closure to tasks.”
“It’s not uncommon in offices that other people, who are easily distracted themselves, will distract you and others in the vicinity.”
“It has a domino effect in the ebb and flow of your daily work activities. Stay focused wherever possible.”
“Ensure that you monitor your surroundings and block out times that are purely for making phone calls and answering emails.”
Ms Corica said the following steps can be used to maximise your chances of finishing your daily tasks:
- Always keep a one page “To Do” list nearby and update it daily
- Allow up to 15 minutes to check the list at the end of each day.
- Always tackle tasks with a “Handle It Once” approach and finish the task at hand;
- Set aside specific times: for phone calls, reading and responding to emails.
Ms Corica said if this method is used regularly it can transform your day and the way you do business.
Brian Tracy author of “Eat That Frog” says that “a major reason for procrastination and a lack of motivation is vagueness, confusion and fuzzy-mindedness about what you are trying to do and in what order and for what reason.”
Ms Corica runs seminars helping business people learn about making change in their business and daily lives, increasing productivity through effective goal setting and improving clarity in major goals and tasks.
Business owners who want more details on achieving change for themselves and their business, can contact Louise Corica at www.time2manage.com.
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