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Do you want more productivity at your work?  A recent article, 5 Office Organizing Tips That Will Take You From Cluttered To Productive by Brian Tracy says that one of the great management tips to increase your efficiency and productivity is to clean and organize your workspace completely before you start a work.

Here are four easy ways to keep your workspace spick and span,  whether you are working from the comfort of your home or in an individual office space.

Organize your desktop.

Keep your desk and computer desktop clean by putting all of your documents (both electronic and physical) in the appropriate files so you can work in a clear atmosphere.

Get organized and stay organized. 

Make sure your office supplies and other materials are readily available and accessible so you can start a job with less destruction (it means you can focus on your task without diverting your attention from item to item, and back again).

Deal only with your current task.

First thing first — try to have only one item in front of you whenever possible and finish your current task before you start another one.

Keep Your Email inbox clean and organized.

Set aside a couple of times every day to browse and reply to all of your emails. Keep your inbox clean and if you don’t need an email, delete it (don’t let email overload control your day).

Conclusion

Your work environment has a great impact on your efficiency and productivity.  So if you’re a small business owner or a freelancer in Philadelphia looking for coworking office spaces for your business to stay more organized and productive, YourOffice offers you a wide choice of office and workspace solutions: virtual office space Philadelphia, meeting room access, and coworking office space Philadelphia. You’ll have access to a complete array of office support and concierge services as well as state-of-the-art business technology.

How do you keep your workspace clean and organized?  We’d love to hear your thoughts and comments below.  You can also see us on Twitter and Facebook.

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