5 Tips for Ultimate Personal Productivity at Home
Working from home has become familiar to many millions of people over the last year and it may be something you are still getting to grips with.
Understanding how to best work from home is difficult, I remember the first few months of working 50% remotely for a company and 50% freelancing. It was difficult, and that’s when we could go outside.
It requires balance, conversations and constant adapting to your routine and improving elements where you can for ultimate personal productivity at home. Even today, I continue to find time, effort and health tweaks whilst working from home and the changes always lead to overall better work.
I’ve pulled together 5 personal productivity recommendations that I think would benefit most, from my own personal experiences working from home for just over five years now.
1. Capture — Don’t Remember Everything!
The biggest lesson I took away from GTD, Getting Things Done was capture. Capture is simply the act of saving or jotting down anything that comes up in your mind — could be your daughter’s ballet shoes you need to buy or the change in meeting time for next week’s stand-up, capture is really beneficial when it comes to working from home.