In today’s digital age, you’d think all of the conveniences of fast communication, access to endless information, and scheduling at your fingertips would make it easier to be a business leader. That’s not the case. In fact, 66% of chief financial officers said it’s more challenging to be a company leader today than it was five years ago.
Working from home has its perks: you can build your own schedule, work at your own pace and enjoy the kind of flexibility that only comes with being self-supervised. However, working from home requires discipline and focus if you want to remain productive and find success. You’ll need to have excellent time management skills to complete your work before it’s due.
#100DaysofProductivity is a hashtag that first went viral a couple of years ago and has since become a popular way to kick off each new year. The concept is simple: just do something productive every day and post a photo of it to document your process. After 100 days, you’ll be surprised at how much you’ve accomplished.
Did you know that 75% of American workers don’t believe they have access to the tech they need to be efficient?
Sharing project tasks, quick communication, client collaboration, feedback, and more are all bottlenecks in workflow. Well, not anymore. There’s a variety of solutions at your fingertips that can eliminate common business pain points.
Poor productivity can ruin a career, no matter how brilliant or passionate you are. As such, productivity is something that professionals across industries need to prioritize. Unfortunately, not everyone understands how to become more productive—in fact, some people even struggle to define what productivity is.