Maximum Productivity Anywhere You Can Work

by Mariam Nazir blogger

Have you moved to remote work in the last few years? Even if you only spend part of your time working from home and the rest in the office, you need to maximize your productivity. You may have a computer, OLED monitor, and office supplies readily available and still not achieve the productivity you want or need. Therefore, these are some productivity strategies.

Portable Monitors

Portable monitors have several advantages. First, they expand your workspace. You can use them as an extra monitor in your existing setup, expanding your screen capacity and usefulness. You can also take them anywhere and work without creating a full workspace.

Although most people suggest that multitasking is not as efficient as originally thought, there are times when you need to do more than one thing at a time. With a portable monitor, this process becomes easier. For example, you can look over several documents at the same time or use different software tools and applications. You can also run automated tasks in the background.

Connect Anywhere

In most locations, you can connect to your office via WIFI. Not only do you have access to public WIFI in many locations, but you can create secure connections when you have to share sensitive information, such as financial data and customer information. This allows you to become increasingly responsive to unexpected tasks.

Scanning Capabilities

Today, you can adopt a fully digital workflow. You don’t have to work with paper documents, and you can scan and share important information or documents with your team and company. You can also keep track of valuable inventory by researching the scanning process, e.g., how to scan Pokemon cards. As your teammates also scan their documents, you have access to all the information you need, increasing your capabilities and productivity.

Application Adoption

Do you remember the commercials that said, “There’s an app for that”? Today, you can find an application for just about anything, including automating redundant tasks, streamline automotive scheduling, time management and project management.

Dedicated Workspace

When you first started working remotely, you probably didn’t have a dedicated workspace. You may have worked at your kitchen table or set up a small area off to the side of a room. However, if you continue to work from home, you should create a dedicated workspace.

Adopt ergonomics through your office furniture. When you are comfortable, your productivity increases, so add some plant life and position your workstation where you get natural light. Build in organization, giving everything a place to be and eliminating clutter. Consider creating a space that you can close off when you finish working.

Location Variation

Probably the greatest benefit of remote work is that you can work from anywhere. Although you should have a dedicated workspace at home, don’t hesitate to add variety to your work location. Set up a workstation on your back deck, where you can enjoy nature. You can also visit a coffee shop, a multi-use space or a picnic table in your local park when the weather cooperates.

As you change locations, your brain releases happy chemicals like dopamine. It also helps you refocus when you change locations.

Test and research the tools available to you. Take advantage of all the technology at your fingertips and increase your productivity.

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Created on Oct 19th 2023 01:43. Viewed 155 times.


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