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Entrepreneur Govind Dhiman Shares How Can You Be Productive When Working From Home

Govind Dhiman

Your neighbour has just decided to mow the grass in the garden, and your dog does every time a car drives past your house. You have tried to meet your deadline, but you really do not succeed – there are too many distractions.

If you want to know how to be productive when working from home, these are 7 tips shared by Entrepreneur Govind Dhiman to make your job easier for you.

1. Find Your Own Space

You may not know how the work at home diminishes by not having your own space and spending larger portions of yours among your family members. How can you concentrate with the children screaming around you, the TV on, your dog doing and your wife/husband asking you trivial questions? Even if you do not have an extra room where you can work, you can still rearrange your space to avoid sitting facing the TV screen and placing all necessary equipment so it is at hand, ask your family members to treat the space as your holy place.

2. Reduce The Noise

Invest in noise-cancelling headphones to reduce the noise of your neighbour’s dog (or your screaming children!). If you find it helpful, you can activate your favourite music. Some natural sounds can help you concentrate. Isn’t that one of the easiest tips for working from home productively?

3. Adjust Your Working Hours

Of course, you can sleep in at 10 o’clock and start the day slowly with a long breakfast and a cup of coffee that you drink while reading your usual newspaper. But remember, it’s not the weekend yet, you’re working from home!

One of the best tips for working efficiently from home is to adjust your working hours. You can start working an hour later than usual if you are tired in the morning – it’s still good. However, carrying out your private business during your working hours and as a result of finishing your work at 11 pm is not acceptable.

Buy a smart screen with Google Assistant that can control your working hours and save some precious time – it listens to your instructions and does things for you.

4. Be Good To Your Body

A tired employee is not productive. It’s not just your working hours that affect your mood and your cry of fatigue, there are a host of other factors: the lack of an ergonomic and comfortable chair, no foot and wrist support to help you maintain a healthy posture and or for to prevent serious health problems. Keyboard boxes are used where space is tight. Finally, relieving may have to provide extra support when you get up and work.

5. Maintain Discipline

Inform your friends and family members that you are still working even though you work from home and that no interruptions are acceptable. Close your social channels. If that doesn’t help and your friends keep trying to call you during your work hours, ask them to make a list of homework productivity tips for you so they may understand the idea of ​​why you avoid them during work hours.

6. Stay In Touch

Use video conferencing tools, not just to stay in touch with your team members, but also to feel a kind of support and unity. There are three basic office units that will help you stay in touch. Number one is a good router to avoid connection errors – nothing is more annoying than logging in and out every five minutes. Number two is a webcam that you can use to broadcast live in the highest image quality. The third on the list is a pair of noise-cancelling headphones (if you still do not know why they are a must, read point 2 again).

7. Press The Recovery Button After Work

This means a reduced amount of electronic devices after working hours. Stay away as often as possible to lower your stress level and clear your mind. Do something for fun – read a book, watch a movie or ride a bike. Anything other than surfing the web. Do you really need an extra hour with your laptop or cell phone?

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