3 Things that Will Make You Happier and More Productive at Work

Having a passion project--such as volunteering--will help you focus at work.

Having a passion project–such as volunteering–will help you focus at work.

 

We’re all looking for ways to make better use of our time. After all, life is short and our time is important. Here are three things to do to help you use your time wisely, that may also make you more satisfied at work.
Analyze your time. How do you spend your time? If you’ve ever complained that you haven’t made a dent in your to do list at the end of the day, it’s time to see where you’re spending your time. For one whole day, note how long you spend on each activity. Be sure to include time that you spend checking email, generating leads and surfing the Internet. At the end of the day, see where you may be wasting time and where you could spend your time more productively.

Make time to decompress. Many of us become so wrapped up in activity that we don’t take the time to think and decompress during or at the end of the day. Processing the events of the day is important to help you face challenges and prevent burnout. Schedule time during the day just to think and process.

Have a passion project. Even if you love what you do, having a passion project can help you channel your energies and underutilized talents. Whether you plan to write a novel, volunteer in your community or train for a marathon, the process of completing a passion project can reenergize your spirit and help you focus at work.

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