Positive and Productive Day

A recent article, The Perfect Schedule for Ultimate Productivity by Jacob Shriar reminds us that how we start our day will determine our productivity.

Here are a few things to do each morning before you go to work in agile office space.

  1. Practice meditation or mindfulness.

Spend few minutes of tranquility and quietness to prepare yourself for a productive, cheerful day. This doesn’t require much. It prepares your day with composure and positive attitude.

  1. Read something that gives wisdom and encouragement.

Read something that will help develop your personality and continually encourage you throughout the day. You can read inspirational quotes from your favorite author or a short blog about work-life balance.

  1. Daily workout.

Daily workout will keep you fit and dynamic.  It doesn’t need to be a strenuous exercise. A 15-20 minute run or brisk walk or a few sit-ups and pushups in your room will do. The key is to stimulate your energy to get your day started.

  1. Eat your breakfast.  

Eat a good and healthy breakfast before going to work in an executive office space or shared office space. Never ever attempt to miss your breakfast no matter how busy the day will be otherwise you will be sluggish and thus hinder your productivity.

Conclusion

Starting your day in a good vibration and in an awesome workplace environment is beneficial to your whole day’s productivity. YourOffice has come alongside hundreds of business looking for everything from plug and play offices to full service virtual offices. We know your business is unique, and your office space shouldn’t be any different. Let us match the perfect space or service to fit your business needs

Any other tips to create a fruitful day?  Let’s see your thoughts and comments below. We’d also be glad to see you on Facebook and Twitter.

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