Monica Seeley, managing director of Mesmo Consultancy, said that one recommendation is to set some goals and parameters for what is achievable during the day and to prioritise them.
"Sometimes we take things home when actually, it's not top priority - it doesn't have to be done. So one is about goal setting and saying 'I've reached my goal, the rest can wait till tomorrow'," she added.
Workplace research shows that the most productive people are those who are focused, even if it is only for 15 or 20 minutes at a time, so people need to focus on one thing at a time and get it done, instead of trying to do it along with a hundred other things.
Debbie Catt, managing director of Cattconsulting.com, recently suggested that workers aiming to boost their motivation in the workplace should aim to be proactive in order to boost their mindset and, in turn, their productivity.
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Source: The Sales Executive News