12
Aug

How to do your job perfectly

In any workforce, doing your job more efficiently or more accurately than others will always get you noticed. As a result of this trend there are many employers that are interested in finding employees that can set themselves apart from the rest of the workforce. The same goes for freelancers, if a freelancer can work more efficiently or more effectively than their competitor, they are much more likely to get work from clients. Here are some top tips on how you can be more effective at your job to strive towards perfection:

Think about results over time: many of us are finding that putting in more hours at the workplace doesn’t necessarily mean more can be done. Finding a method that makes us the most productive however ensures that we can get more done at work. Rather than going into work and sitting in front of a computer for 10 hours, you may find that you get the same amount of work done if you are able to take regular breaks to walk around every 2 hours of an 8 hour shift. Try some experiments on what can make you more efficient and remember that the time you put in doesn’t always equal efficiency.

Schedule your time: building up a schedule and learning how much time that you potentially wasted a day can offer a very large revealing of inefficiency. If you were to track the amount of time that you spend in a day on email, youtube or social media this could result in hours over the course of the week that you are missing out on important work tasks. Start building a schedule of the time allotted for these activities and you can see your productivity soar.

Set time for yourself: planning time for yourself and setting a cutoff time after work will always help us to work more efficiently. When we know a particular time that we have to be done it can often improve the way that we work each day and motivate us to get through the work that we have to do so that we can better enjoy after work activities.

Keep some of these top tips in mind for working more efficiently and striving for perfection in the workplace.