Posts Tagged ‘productivity tips’

Marija Grgur on October 19, 2016.

How to beat productivity lows when working from home

There are 53 million people doing freelance work in the US – 34% of the national workforce (a significant portion!) and other than freelancers there are a number of other professionals who work from home quite often. Many companies started encouraging work from home, while most of employees expect the possibility to work from home within their organizations. Given…

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Marija Grgur on August 16, 2016.

WorkPuls interviews: Goran Duškić

Recently we had an opportunity to personally meet Goran Duškić, founder and CEO of WhoAPI. WhoAPI transforms raw domain data into machine readable outputs. With their tools and APIs, their clients like Google, Marcaria, King and Twitter can monitor their websites, invest in better domains, protect their brands online and in the end create a…

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Gina Ora on June 9, 2016.

What’s your musical brain fuel?

When it comes to enhancing productivity at work, we’re often advised to practice some of the usual activities or “hacks” to eliminate distractions and regain focus. Short breaks, meditation, crosswords, avoiding multitasking, or practicing yoga – all of these are recommended ways of reducing stress and improving concentration, thus making us more productive. But there…

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Marija Grgur on May 20, 2016.

What do other CEOs across the globe do differently?

Being a CEO is a tough job. Handling all those information, people and administration demands great self-organizational skills. We asked CEOs from different sides of the world what their daily routines look like and we are sharing their responses with you. What do you have in common and what do you do differently? Read their…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

Understanding procrastination and tips on how to overcome it

Procrastination, noun – doing something more enjoyable or that you’re more comfortable with,  instead of something you should be focusing on right now. If you say that you have never procrastinated in your life, you are lying. There is a chance that you are reading my post instead of doing something more important to you.…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

Emails during office hours – you are probably doing it wrong

One of the most important communication tools became one of the biggest distractions in the office. Regardless whether you use it for communicating with your colleagues, finding potential customers or scheduling meetings, reading and writing email seems like a productive thing to do. But the truth is, it’s not. It is a very dull activity.…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

4 fundamentals for regaining focus and maximizing productivity

There are points in life when you are working your butt off, yet still feel like you are being totally unproductive and as if you are wasting your energy. This can happen more often than one might think and it should be the moment for deep introspection. Maybe it’s because of overall job dissatisfaction, maybe…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

How can strategic planning improve your productivity?

Businesses that excel productivity tend to make more money, and the same applies to people. Productivity relies on intelligent planning and focused efforts and it can be continuously improved. In the long run, productivity plans are one off the most important assets, both for firms and individuals. Creating a plan basically means setting out concrete…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

4 morning routines you should embrace to increase productivity

In order to stay on top of your game and reach the maximum level of productivity, you need to make some effort. Sure, being an intelligent human being and knowing that you have work to finish will definitely get you out of your bed in the morning, but in order to become a productivity master, some…

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Marija Grgur on May 3, 2016.

How to implement time tracking software and put your employees up for it?

The main reason for implementing time tracking software in any company would be learning what are the employees up to, as well as understanding their (un)productive hours and their origin. With the help of this type of software, the management is able to realize how does the organization “breathe” and where lies a chance for…

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