We have known the importance of being productive since early childhood. Productivity helps us complete tasks faster, optimize the working process and, therefore, get the energy to live not only business but personal lives as well.
In fact, a well-organized workplace can boost productivity. We can easily improve productivity, even without knowing that. After being inspired by OmniPapers step-by-step guide below, we decided to write more about the art of workplace organization.
Every woman who works can find some helpful tips on workplace organization in our infographic below. You may be surprised to learn how the temperatures of your desk lamp can stimulate your brain or how the color of your cabinet can impact your productivity!
Here is how to stay organized and increase your productivity at work:
Some work productivity tips from the infographic above:
If you want to stay productive, you need to declutter your desk once and for all. Clear papers, put utensils and pens into boxes, throw out things you don’t use, use bins and wash dirty cups ASAP.
Also, set up proper lighting, decorate with live plants to clean the air, and start using modern gadgets to boost productivity. In addition, it’s important to use tools that can improve productivity. If you feel tired, take a break and drink a cup of green tea to boost spirits.
Do you have two zones at your workplace? If not, it is time.
The first zone, a computer one, is a place where your computer sits. Use this zone to complete tasks, write emails, and surf the Internet.
The second zone, a non-computer one, is an inspirational corner. Find books and articles that inspire you and read them here. Also, decorate this area with your favorite quotes or paintings.
Change Working Positions
Being a healthy person means feeling great and completing tasks faster without sacrificing quality. Try buying an ergonomic office chair, so your chair supports your lower back. This can help reduce the risk of health problems.
Also, try changing your position while working and switch between standing and sitting. Of course, it’s also important to eat healthy food as our nutrition impacts our well-being.
The bottom line?
Staying organized in your workspace will help you boost your productivity. As Paul J. Meyer said, “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.”
[Related: Best Office Planners for the New Year]
Do you have secrets about productivity? Comment below!
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