We only have 24 hours in a day, and we are asleep for about 6 of those, so essentially, we only have 18 hours to be productive, not taking into account the breaks we take to eat and rest. So realistically, we only have about 15 hours to be productive each day, and for that reason, we have to make the most of this limited time. Our New Jersey Ground Transportation Service, therefore, finds it imperative to share a few tips that will help you work more efficiently and make the most of your time every day. Since it is virtually impossible to increase the number of hours we can be productive in a day, the only thing we can really do is work smarter to increase output.
One way to increase efficiency is contracting our bus rental service in New Jersey for your group transportation needs. Our professionally trained chauffeurs understand their area of operation like the back of their hands and they will use the most efficient, least congested routes to ensure that you always get to your destination on time. Moreover, with a professional behind the wheel, you can take the time to catch up on some work in the calm, cozy environment provided by our luxury vehicles.
We understand that transporting large groups can be challenging. With our fleet of motor coaches at your disposal, you don’t have to worry about how you’re going to get everyone to their destination. Our motor coaches provide a comfortable ride to your destination. Give us a call, and we will be happy to help you select the perfect coach for your needs.
Now, let’s have a look at a few more tips you can apply on a daily basis to increase your efficiency.
We are rarely able to avoid the allure of an email, text message, phone call, or voicemail and this distracts us more than we realize. To avoid wasting time checking your notifications and losing your focus in the process, turn off your notifications off when you are working. Instead, schedule in time specifically for checking notifications. This is a more proactive rather than reactive approach.
Although we think of stress as this negative thing, a reasonable amount of self-imposed pressure can actually help you maintain focus and help you meet your targets. This is especially effective when it comes to open-ended tasks where you could be tempted to procrastinate. Set strict deadlines for yourself and ensure that you achieve them and you will be surprised just how focused and productive you can be.
Limit Time on Each Task
It’s easy to assume that we are experts at gauging/estimating how much time we spend on each task but research has proven that only 17 percent of people can accurately estimate passage of time. Therefore, we recommend that you employ tools such as Rescue Time, which will help you accurately measure how much time you are spending on each particular task, even on unproductive activities such as social media. This way, you will be able to understand where you are losing time and take measures to adjust your routine.
It is a common opinion that multitasking increases productivity and efficiency, but numerous studies tend to differ. Attempting to execute several tasks at the same time actually diminishes your focus, which in turn reduces productivity. It is more efficient to complete an entire task before proceeding to the next.