by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Management, Motivational, Time managementTagged as: Goals, Ideas, Productivity
Have you ever found yourself becoming less motivated – and perhaps a bit less productive – during the summer? It isn’t surprising: great weather, outdoor activities, and more social time all conspire to have us think beyond the job. Yet to be successful, especially in a tough economy, requires both focus and productivity. Here are some ideas that can help:
From a personal perspective:
If you manage other people:
Choose one “extra” thing that you would like to accomplish this summer, then put it in your calendar. Not only will it improve your productivity, but because it is an activity of your own choosing, it will also improve your motivation.
Bonus Tip: As individuals, we can also choose to be productive and motivated beyond the work day: choose one “extra” personal activity that you would like to accomplish before the season changes. Accomplishing goals both at work and at home is what gives us Life Balance – and also what gives us motivation each summer.
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