Work overload: Here are five ideas that might help
by. Anthony Demangone
Last week, I shared the results of a survey that pointed to work overload as “enemy number one.” Today, let’s work the problem from a personal point of view. While many of us can’t control our workplace – we can control how we use our time. Here are some possible solutions that can chip away at the work overload beast.
1. Find some more time. Yeah, Demangone, thanks for that. Sure, I’ll just reach for my Batman utility belt and flip the switch for “add 2 more hours in the day.” (Just stay with me a bit…)
- Re-organize your time into useful blocks. (Refresher.com) True productivity arises when you create blocks of un-interrupted time to tackle projects. Starting and stopping, only to start and stop again is very inefficient.