3 Ways to Save Some Time in Your Workday
Sometimes you just can’t save time. After all, preparing for the important events you truly wish to get right does require a significant time investment. To meet quality and speed in the middle, you need to plan carefully, consider the right services, or ensure that you double and triple check your work after applying any time-saving measure. But there are also small, time-savers you can apply directly to your smaller working habits. Take a look at these three.
If there’s anything that makes people nervous, it’s public speaking. Not only do they have to communicate your points efficiently, but also in an assertive, collected and punctual manner. This can be difficult. It certainly takes time.
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This allows you to focus on your delivery, cutting to the core of your points, and being more forthright with your proposals. This can help you impress your boss, client, colleagues, or other potential partners, all while saving time on the smaller expectations.
Browsers, suites, accounts, they are all essential to our workflow. They can also take time to log in and out of. While keeping an eye on security at all times, you can thankfully still systemize this process to help your information and workflow seamlessly track across devices to save time.
I like to use Chrome, Keep Notes, Google Docs and Drive, and OneNote. They these services sync across my laptop, phone and tablet, so I always have access to the project I’m working on.
Communication wastes tons of time. Making use of brevity can be essential in all of your communications. This means cutting down on flowery email messages (no fluff!). Get to the point and don’t let the other person get off track.
Keeping it simple can also help you avoid confusion when you need to get to the meat of the matter. If you remind people you are on a tight schedule, they will learn to respect you time and keep their communications short, so don’t worry about a little reminder every now and then.