What Do You Do to be Productive at Work?

Some of the key time sappers include responding to an email as soon as the alert pops up on your screen, participating in too many personal conversations and even multi-tasking. Take the poll below to share what do you do to be as productive as possible during the workday? Also share any tips to help you stay productive and on task.

What do you do to be productive at work?

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MJD August 25, 2014 at 1:36 pm

Remain focused by avoiding all the chit-chat that takes place in the nurse's station. It's a distraction that breaks concentration.

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Rose Richardson August 25, 2014 at 12:42 pm

I also think it is very productive to have a To Do List because it allows me to see the amouunt of tasks I have to complete daily and I also get to prioritize them on my list so that way there is nothing that gets overlooked. That's the detailed part of my character!!!

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Clement Kibuh August 25, 2014 at 7:47 am

I think it is very important to have a do to list at the beginning of every work day. Meetings and responding to emails(important ones) are part of your day's job and some of those emails may be very important as you must communicate. However, when you have your day planned out with a to do list, you are most likely to end your day satisfied for having accomplished most of your tasks.
CK

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