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Tip of the Week: Time Management at Its Best

Tip of the Week: Time Management at Its Best

You can make more money, but you can’t make more time. Making the most of your time at work isn’t always easy. There are all types of unexpected distractions that take up a lot of time, so you should know what works to help you get the most out of the time you do have. Today, we present three considerations that will help you manage your time better.

Get Enough Rest

There have been numerous studies done that suggest that the best way to maintain focus and productivity is to get enough sleep. Getting between seven-and-eight hours and going to sleep early will allow you to get a fast start on the next day. Peak productivity typically happens about 150 minutes after a person wakes up, so the earlier you start, the more productive you can be.

Keep Your Schedule

Generally, you will have a good idea of what your responsibilities are before you get started, but priority can change. If you have the flexibility to do so, setting your schedule up to get the most crucial things completed when you are the most alert makes sense. Arranging your assignments into a schedule that will allow you to be the most productie can be a big benefit for you and for your company.

Multitasking Doesn’t Help

Many people claim to be master multitaskers, while others claim that multitasking isn’t even possible. Studies show that the latter is closer than the former. Focusing on many different tasks at once makes it difficult to proficiently complete one. Selecting the task that has the highest priority and committing to that task gives you the best chance to build a task list that can be completed satisfactorily and efficiently. 

In business, productivity is essential, so how to go about it is important. MERIT Solutions can help you implement the solutions to help support your productivity strategies and help you get your business find the success it is looking for. To learn more, reach out to our team by calling (757) 420-5150.

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