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5 Changes to Be More Productive

5 Changes to Be More Productive

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Productivity is something that can be both achieved and lost from a few small changes. Your overall mindset is what establishes your level of productivity and the success or failure of it, alongside your routine and environment. We know how hard it can be to keep your productivity levels high, especially on down days or if you’re lacking motivation. Therefore, we have compiled a list – that we know works – of how to be more productive. Keep reading to learn these five tips, guiding you to make a few small changes that will give you big results!



1.      Build a Routine

Building a routine is one of the first things you should sit down and work through in this list. While it’s easier said than done to stick to a routine, writing everything down and setting exact times to accomplish the things you want will truly help. One way that will help with a routine is getting a diary or planner to keep track of everything, keeping you accountable and reminding you of things you may otherwise forget. Alongside this, you could also prepare a spreadsheet to list your priorities of the day, vowing to eliminate distractions and carry you work out as per this schedule. Being more productive starts with being more organized!


2.      Optimize Your Workspace

optimize your workspace

Your workspace is where you presumably spend most of your day and the environment you have surrounded yourself with to get your best work done. Therefore, it makes complete sense to make it the best version possible, catered completely to your needs and convenience! Creating a productive environment for yourself is essential to make sure you stay on track and give yourself the best atmosphere for success. Whether it be including knick-knacks or artwork that make you happy, a comfortable chair or useful desk accessories, these are all positive reinforcements that will affect your mood positively. It is also known that adjustable standing desks make you more productive, giving you the option of swapping between sitting and standing throughout your day.


Our standing desks are productivity boosters, giving you the option to work your way!


3.      Get the Hardest Things Done First


You will always have tasks that you dread doing, and probably avoid until the last minute. Why go about your day with this sense of dread and unease hanging over you? One of our key productivity tips is to make sure you do this first thing in the morning, if you can, and get it out of the way. The rest of your day will be open for things you might enjoy doing more! Even if you can’t get the whole task completed in one day, make a start on it or break it down into segments that you can tackle. It will put your mind at ease and give you a great start to your day!

4.      Prioritize Your Wellbeing

Healthy lifestyle for productive work

This tip encompasses a variety of lifestyle choices and daily rituals that will help with your productivity and being efficient, even if only minor changes are made! Healthy eating and exercise are two of the main recommendations that are made in the overall scope of ‘wellbeing’. However, we’re not saying you need to completely change your life and eat only greens while working out for hours each day. Simply eating a healthy breakfast and taking a short walk after work can make a big difference to your body and mind.

Your mind is another critical aspect to your overall wellbeing. While making changes to suit your body’s needs, make sure you also do the same for your head. Taking breaks is critical – there’s only so much work you can do before you need to step away for a while. Planning your day out is also a great way to relieve stress and keep you focused – leading us back to building a routine to complement this.

5.      Delegate, and Learn How to Say No


Are you wondering how to work more efficiently while juggling your list of tasks? Controlling and organizing the amount of work you have will allow you to give the proper attention and focus to the work that matters. Delegation, managing expectations and saying no are three key ways of achieving this without working yourself into the ground. If you have work that can or should be done by someone else, don’t be afraid to pass it to them! It’s good management to delegate to the right person and lets you focus on your most important work – it shouldn’t be seen as a weakness or laziness. Managing expectations and saying no can fall under the same umbrella, however managing expectations can also involve giving stakeholders a realistic timeline. Ensure you are fully aware of how many commitments you have versus the amount of time you have to do – don’t overstretch yourself as you will only get overly stressed or lose focus on other important tasks.

Why Should You Listen to These Productivity Tips?

If you are struggling and still learning how to become more productive, this list is built up of the fundamental tips and tricks that will help you. You can definitely go further with all points raised, learn, read or watch more helpful content, get routine templates or tips, revamp your lifestyle to suit your goals, and so on. We truly believe our standing desks and accessories are productivity boosters, which is why our entire office uses them! Try these out or make the other changes mentioned and see the positive changes it makes to your work. You won’t be sorry!

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