Last updated on February 27th, 2016 at 11:56 am
I have seen that in low paying job you have to work for 40 hours or more in a week. But, in high paying job you do not need to work for 40 hours to earn your living. It’s normal math.
You need to work smarter to reduce your working hour without reducing your earning.
There is no need to work 40 hours or 60 hours if you can complete it in less time. This extra time you are saving will give you the chance to rethink about your work and surrounding.
Thus, it also improves your working efficiency, quality, and pay grade.
One particular rules successful people follow is, breaking the tasks into small pieces.
When you need to do a million little tasks, you should break them into chunks, set a timer, then try to do as much possible in that time.
Another thing is taking regular breaks on a long project. If you see a problem is very much challenging and not possible to finish in a day, take a half or full day break.
Rethink about your position, response and come back to it again. Most of the time this helps to solve the problem.
It’s always helpful to take the challenge right now. It makes you stronger and gives you positive vibe about yourself. If you find yourself not to do it, simply repeat ” Do it NOW!”
If you want to make a good impression at the work place, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that people see you as a good worker and an efficient person. Start by setting a timer. As soon as the alarm rings at the twenty minute mark, get up and stretch. This will keep you a lot more efficient than you would be otherwise.
Sometimes, we all get down in the dumps. Keep a folder at your desk full of good reviews and kind comments that people have said about you. This can lift your spirits when you are slogging away at a project that looks impossible.
Finally, when you need to, take the day off. If you are not managing to be productive at all, there is a good chance that you are feeling off. Take a half day or even a full day to take care of yourself and come back refreshed and ready to work.