Archive | April 2018

Working On The Move: How To Stay Productive

Your plans to work on the move are always done with the best intentions, but do they always turn out how you’d hoped? Once you leave the office, it can be difficult to retain the motivation that keeps you going.

Working while travelling or when you’re away on business can help make sure you get work done, and don’t return to a backlog of emails and tasks to sort. While it’s not always easy, there are some things you can do to help you keep that motivation.

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Need some help? Here are some tips to help you stay productive while on the move.

  1. Always keep a pen and some paper to hand

You can’t always rely on connectivity once you leave your office, so the old classic pen and paper can be the way to help you get stuff done. Use your time to write down your ideas, make lists of tasks that need doing as well as any papers or emails you need to write later on.

It’s a handy way to help you stay productive, as well as keep those important thoughts for later when you do eventually end up back online.

2. Take the office with you

Thanks to cloud solutions, it’s easier than ever to access your important documents and folders when you’re on the move. Cloud applications enable you to work collaboratively with others, wherever you are and allow you to access your emails easily for seamless working.

Meanwhile, investing in a document management system for you and your employees will allow you to access those important corporate documents and templates that can help you carry out your work on the move. Ensure you have the right security systems in place to protect your assets whenever you’re off-site.

3.  Keep your energy up

Traveling can take it out of you, which can make it difficult to focus on what you’re meant to be doing. Staying hydrated, while eating a healthy snack can help perk you up and keep you focused on the task at hand.

If you’re still struggling, a brisk walk in the fresh air could help you to re-energize so that you can get back to your work. If typical energy-boosting methods don’t work, it might be a sign that you need to rest so that you can feel recharged for the next day.

4. Set yourself a time limit

It’s difficult to stay on task without the office environment, but by giving yourself a time to work until – you’ll find that you become much more productive. If you’re someone who thrives under pressure, this method will enable you to get much more done in a short amount of time. Try not to work longer than you would in the office and take time to explore the destination you’re in instead.

Getting work done out of the office can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be. Many of the principles for creating a productive working environment can help you out of the office too, so it’s worth giving them a try if it helps you get things done. Find the best methods and routines that work for you to help you stay productive while working on the move.

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