It's a hard enough task to stay focused on work as it is, but with the warm weather upon us, it makes staying on top of work that much harder. With the patio and bbq calling our names constantly, it is so hard to concentrate on crunching numbers or completing any task that the boss man asks you to do. Don't throw in the towel and run for the door just yet, have a look at our list to give you some sure-fire ways to make sure you don't lose your job for daydreaming about the beach.
Important tasks - Make sure you get the most important tasks done first, the sooner you get the most daunting tasks done first the sooner you can get coffee and take a breath. You will feel better about getting the more pressing things done and feel more accomplished at the end of the day.
Schedule - Scheduling out your to-do list will help you to prioritize everything that you need to get done for the day to keep you on track. If your list has more than 20 items on it, guaranteed you are going to feel stressed out. If you can't complete everything on it, break up the list into segments and tackle one thing at a time. You will be surprised how good you feel when it is done and you’re free to enjoy the sunshine.
Limit Emails - Studies have shown that employees spend about 25% of their day checking and responding to emails. When you are writing up your schedule, make sure to incorporate time to check your emails throughout the day instead of answering as they come in. Also, a good trick is to ask yourself if emails are the most efficient way to answer any problems, sometimes a 5-minute phone call does the job and can get your point across better.
Nutriair - Using Nutriair Focus is a great way to make sure you can stay on task and get everything you need to get done, done. Using this great tasting and simple device is the best way to make sure you are laser focused on anything your boss throws your way.
Summer is the hardest time of the year to keep focused, the sun is calling your name and the beaches are singing that sweet tempting song. They are still going to be there when you clock out of work. Don't lose your job over wanting to soak up more Vitamin-D.