“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” may have made sense a long time ago, but with 2022 around the corner, we need to look beyond this line of thought that does a workplace more harm than good.
It will help us take an honest, long, hard look at our work processes so that we’re better prepared for the new workspace challenges in the new year.
And Luc Longmire is helping us do just that! With these 3 productivity hacks, Luc Longmire states us that in 2022, we can all experience a whole new success streak as soon as we get them working for us.
Work in Short Bursts and Boost Productivity
“Long-drawn working hours may make it seem like you’re doing more, but one look at the productivity charts will tell you otherwise,” says Luc Longmire. “The new trend at the workplace is to do more in short bursts.”
By working in short bursts, we give ourselves enough time to gather energy for the next burst of work. This means that after each interval, we come back rejuvenated to deliver more persuasively. The short break also gives our minds the time required to process problems and discover solutions.
Define Your Workspace and Stick to Work Boundaries
2022 will be all about the hybrid and remote workplace. This poses a challenge for those who are used to working in the rigid setup of office space. Without set rules that define each working minute in an office environment with colleagues, some workers may find it challenging to achieve the same productivity levels.
“The trick is to define your workspace and give it the respect it deserves,” says Luc Longmire. “Do not carry your work outside this space. But when you’re at your workstation, do not indulge in any leisurely task that hampers your productivity.”
Choose the Right Productivity Tools to Assist You
“If 2021 was about the evolution of productivity tools, 2022 would be all about choosing the right ones and putting them to work optimally,” predicts Luc Longmire. “With the right productivity tools on your side, you will achieve a lot more.”
The right productivity tools help in boosting your productivity and also enable you to save on efforts. With this extra energy you’re now able to save, you will undertake more tasks in the same number of work hours.
It’s All about Collective Efforts, Says Luc Longmire
“Dedicated efforts to fix productivity glitches and do things right by leveraging brand new solutions will help us all make 2022 a year of high productivity,” concludes Luc Longmire. “The world is going through turmoil on several fronts, and only with collective and concerted efforts can we get out of the trouble we find ourselves in.”
Photography by: Luc Longmire