Zoom computer screen is not just for those who need glasses. How often do you lean forward or squint to see your computer screen? One solution is to move the screen closer, a better solution is to zoom computer screen. Using your computer’s zoom function supports good home office ergonomics. How to Zoom Computer Screen: There’s more. Click here.
Time Management, Productivity and Creativity
Your time is limited, productivity expectations are increasing; all while you have to come up with creative solutions.
• Time Management
• Workspace Set-up
• Procrastination Busters
• Work-Life Balance
• Effective Communication
Americans are chronically sleep deprived. Learn how this impacts your home office productivity How Much Sleep Do You Need? Is a short (3 ½ minute) animated video by the guys at ASAPScience. See how test subjects responded to 8, 6 and 4 hours of sleep a night over 14 days. People who got 8 hours There’s more. Click here.
“If you end your day with a lot on your list, you probably started your day with email.” – Matthew Hudson Ain’t that the truth. Every time management expert, from Brian Tracy to Julie Morgenstern, tells you to start the day with your most important task. When I do this myself I find that I There’s more. Click here.
How to Sabotage Your Diet and Home Office Productivity, And Tips How Not To! Working through your lunch break (a pitfall in the home office) contributes to weight gain and poor home office productivity. In a recent article in Scientific American MIND a study was cited where the subjects had less intense taste experiences (food There’s more. Click here.
How to keep your creative/problem-solving juices flowing When you work in a home office you may experience “hitting the wall” at some point during the day, when you just can’t do anymore. You have run-dry. This can happen whether you are a creative or your work is data-driven. An article in Houzz listed eleven different There’s more. Click here.