If you're not sure how you're spending your time, keep a journal for a few days, writes Stephanie Vozza. Blocking notifications from your phone and letting others know when you're unavailable can also be steps toward enhanced productivity.
Strategically schedule tasks you find enjoyable for times when you think you'll need the energy boost, suggests psychologist Paula Davis-Laack. Also, establish "recovery rituals" to make sure you're giving yourself short breaks throughout the day.
Every job consists of daily and weekly tasks that need to get done -- tasks that ensure a company continue to operates smoothly. If you are lucky, your job also includes growth assignments -– more creative tasks that will lead to growth or expansion. Unfortunately finding the time for such activities can be difficult. This posts looks at how you can carve time out of your schedule to include these activities.
You need to be constantly growing beyond your job description to ensure you're adding value at work, writes Patty Azzarello. Among her suggestions: Make sure you understand how you can help others achieve goals.