Recently, I conducted a super scientific(see: "completely illegitimate")survey of ~50 digital marketers outside of IMPACTabout how effective and efficient they feel at work. Here is how the data broke down, once I crunched the numbers:
Personally, I typically run into this problem when I have to switch from working remotely to working out of the IMPACT home office in New Haven, Connecticut, as I'm doing this week!
At home, I know exactly the conditions I need to be successful, from how my office needs to be set up to how I manage my day-to-day calendar.But when I come into the office, all of my beautiful, rigid rules completely go out the window. And, when I return home, the list of what I didn't get done is longer than the list of what I accomplished.
To combat this, I'm trying something new this week:
Instead of trying to get a bunch of my usual"Pretend I'm not here, leave me alone!"content writingdone this week, I'm going to focus on filming videos for IMPACT, getting face time with my people, collaborative strategy meetings, and so on.
Basically, I'm trying to be more strategic about what is the best use of my time, based on the context of where I am.
Still, I'm always open to trying new things that will help me work smarter — so, what are your favorite productivity tips?I'm all ears, because I have so much I need to get done while I'm here.😨
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