That is the opinion of Chris Kaday, business consultant, coach and mentor at ChrisKaday.co.uk, who said that everyone would like to do more in less time, and the key way to achieve this is by learning to say no.
By learning what to take on and what is unmanageable, people will find that they are able to do more both outside the office and within it, and this all begins with establishing some structure and sticking to it, he noted.
"If your mind is full of work as you approach your home, why not get out of the car and take a short walk to clear your head so your family doesn't always get a company download as soon as you walk in the door?" he suggested.
Debbie Catt, managing director of Cattconsulting.com, recently said 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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Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Executive News