March 16, 2011
Is the Internet Making You Less Productive at Work?
Does the Web actually make you more productive? Or do you go online to get a quick fact for a business proposal you’re writing—and end up, 45 minutes later, watching a YouTube video series of a piano-playing cat?
How do you stay focused on work and productivity when the Internet is only a couple of clicks away?
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As simple as this might sound, making a checklist of work you have to do can help you stay on track. If you have an urge to go on the Internet, try not to let yourself do so until you've checked off some of your tasks. This way, you'll be getting work done and giving yourself a little reward along the way.
Many managers and supervisors do not like to see their employers taking breaks form their work to surf the Internet, but these breaks can actually be beneficial to work because the rest-bit the employer receives can recharge them for more work.
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Posted by: Corey Witt | Mar 25, 2011 12:23:02 PM
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