What’s Your Friday Habit?

Friday, 22, August , 2014 by

Friday is the most popular day of the week, since for many it represents the beginning of the weekend and a much needed break. However, because of Friday’s boisterous reputation, it can be difficult to get things done when your mind has already clocked out. There are probably things that you could be getting done at the end of the week that you don’t get around to because of a loss of focus. In fact, even when you are seemingly busy at the end of the week, it can be incredibly easy to get drawn into working on tangential tasks that are really just time sinks. In order to get more out of the end of the week, business owners may want to consider creating a new habit for themselves that an help them get things done without the need to mentally scramble to figure out what they should be doing, which can help them to keep sight of long and short term goals. What

We’ve all been there; the feeling of distraction, the doubled amount of bathroom breaks and staring into space that can accompany a Friday afternoon, however, when in a small business environment, that type of distraction can really impact a business’s ability to produce. In order to mitigate the potential for lost productivity, small business owners should put practices into place that can refocus both their own efforts and those of their staff. Use your time to plan if producing is out of the question. If you aren’t able to produce or finish a project, and your employees would otherwise be procrastinating, then you can still make an effort to recoup the time that would otherwise be lost to you. A good way of doing this is to plan the attack for when you come back to work on Monday, evaluating priorities and setting up what processes you can in order to save time and maximize effectiveness at the start of the week. Since Mondays are another

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