Monday, July 2, 2012

Trouble at Work? Write this Down.


Maybe you had a bad week or a bad month. It probably hung over your head this past weekend and got you down. Well, as we start this new week and new month, commit to making a real change in your productivity.

Get out a piece of paper, preferably something large like a steno pad, and write down exactly what you need to do on a daily basis to increase your productivity this week. I strongly recommend using paper rather than an online document. 

Example: Monday - I need to make 10 calls, get to stage 2 of 3 projects, you get the idea.

These are lineups of everything you need to accomplish on a daily basis in order to boost your production, which in turn boosts your results. This works because it forces you to identify exactly what it takes for you to reach that level at work that you and your senior are expecting.

If you don't start generating results and high numbers from this methodology, then the problem is then that you are not trained in your post well enough to work unsupervised. 

Jon Negroni is the Director of Public Relations, Promotion, and Marketing at Richter10.2 Media Group. For more information regarding Richter10.2, check out our introduction video here.

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