How to make your each day more productive at work.

| May 4, 2014

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Productive work habits keeps our bosses happy & also our stress level down. Following 15 minutes activity before you start your day  can make you more productive at work. Clear the desk. Create list of your projects and work you left last day, or pending work. Make a new file for incoming projects Before starting your day, write your to do list. This will help you to focus on 1 work at 1 time.4) Plan your mails and check your calender to ensure at time of work you are completing all your task on time and not missing any committed work.

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