Clocks Go Back This Weekend and the question is this, how will this affect productivity?
Here in the UK, we turn the clocks back this weekend by one hour. How this might affect business productivity is up for debate. Going to work in the dark for some could affect the way we work. If it does, here are 18 ways to sharpen up our productivity whatever time of the day.
Let’s admit it, some of us are more productive in the morning, some in the afternoon and some of us are night owls. I have a solution for everyone.
5 Scientifically Proven Ways to Have a More Productive Morning
Here are a few scientifically proven ways to jump-start your brain and get the most out of your morning.
10 Ways to Make Your Afternoons As Productive As Mornings
To help you nail your afternoon routine here is some practical and science-backed advice from successful entrepreneurs who have built multimillion-dollar companies.
3 Productivity Tips for Night Owls that Will Make You More Successful
But what if your brain is just programmed to work at night? Whether it’s the midnight moonlight or the hush that falls over the house when everyone’s asleep, working after-hours can equal some serious productivity.
Rebecca Cross is a Virtual PA with a background experience working with IBM and the Wall Street Journal, amongst others. She specialises in providing creative business and administration support for entrepreneurs and business owners who understand the value of working on their business, rather than in their business.