Want to sharpen your focus at work? Try honing your ability to retain and recall important details. Matthew Jenkin shares five simple yet creative strategies for remembering more of what you read It’s Monday morning and you’re sitting at your desk, trying to read an article that you’ll need to remember for a meeting later in the week. But wait – here’s an email from the boss you need to reply to. Suddenly the phone rings. Oh, and Sally from marketing is doing a tea round. Before you know it, your mind has been pulled in so many directions you’ve forgotten everything you just read. Sound familiar?
Productivity is all about efficiency -- doing more, faster and with less. And with increasing demands from today’s anytime, anywhere workplace, it is has never been more important. To get the most out of your day, you need to focus on three segments of your life: time, space and mindset.
The beauty of a co-working space is that you get to choose the environment that best suits you, says Matthew Jenkin. But that’s not all – here are a few other ways to really maximise the benefits. Whether you’re a startup entrepreneur or work for a large global corporation, it’s likely you have some familiarity with the concept of co-working. But are you confident you know about all the benefits it offers? Here we share the less obvious perks of your co-working space – and how to maximise them to suit your own ends.
6 TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS A big part of being successful at time management is being organized. Time is precious, particularly when it comes to running a small business but with the right approach, you can work efficiently, productively, and relatively stress-free.
There’s a common misconception that having onsite office meetings is better and more economical. While this sometimes may be true, there are plenty of reasons to organise your next meeting at an off-site location. When considering an off-site office meeting location here are some benefits to consider: