2 of 4 The way to make the most of the workspace you have at your disposal is to use it to its full potential.
You need to be thinking creatively, not reacting to the same repetitive thoughts over and over again.
Here are five strategies that will help you do just that.
Create a “zone” where you can focus on your tasks at hand.
If you’re at work, chances are you’re working on one of the many things you need to do in your daily life, such as answering emails, shopping, scheduling meetings, or even preparing a presentation.
If that’s the case, it’s easy to get distracted by distractions.
But if you’re on the go, you’ll be less likely to notice them and will be more productive.
Make your workspace a “safe space” for work.
In addition to being a place to unwind, a workspace is also a place for you to get away from the constant stimulation of your workplace.
When you’re in a busy environment, your mind will likely wander.
If this is the case for you, try creating a “space” in which you can go about your work without worrying about the distractions that will inevitably arise.
Practice relaxing in your workspace.
The best way to improve your productivity is to practice relaxing.
If, like me, you are a frequent user of the internet, you can use it as a distraction to your work.
You can create a virtual workspace in your home and try to focus on one task at a time.
The idea is to focus only on your work, which can be a lot easier if you have a few free minutes to do so.
If not, create a “virtual” workspace with a few distractions and try relaxing.
Make a calendar.
The only time you should not be on your phone is when you need it for something.
And for some reason, many people think that using their phone is the perfect way to be productive.
But for those of us who love to travel, or simply want to be on the move, having a calendar can be helpful for keeping track of everything that’s happening in our lives.
It’s simple, and it can be used to plan your day or to remind yourself of important deadlines.
You’ll find that you’ll enjoy the convenience of using a calendar and also have a little extra time to think about what you should do next.
Create “courses” to help you get more done.
The great thing about this strategy is that it’s super easy to implement.
Just start by creating a course to get you started.
The goal is to create a series of exercises that you can start from and work towards.
Each exercise will have a short period of time in which it’s the best time to do it, so that you don’t miss out on anything important.
I suggest you get started by creating an exercise called “Write to a Friend” that is about three to five minutes long.
This exercise will help your mind and body get used to working in a virtual environment and help you keep track of your progress.
For example, you could create a list of four letters for each of the five tasks you want to complete in your workday, and each letter is assigned a timer.
Write a short note for each letter, then add the timer and try doing the task.
For a full list of tasks that can be done in virtual spaces, see our list of the top productivity apps for smartphones.
And if you want even more help, consider this free course from the Harvard Business Review.
It can help you learn about how to be more effective in your workplace and get the most out of your time.