Sales and marketing experts Future Generation Marketing believe that starting the day on the wrong foot can have many negative effects on an individual’s overall productivity. Here the Reading based firm share their tips on how professionals can get the most out of their day.
Future Generation Marketing are firm believers that how an individual starts their day can greatly affect their overall productivity, and are concerned that many professionals are not making the most of their mornings. The firm understand that it can sometimes be hard to achieve the right mind set in the morning, and that outside factors such as a stressful commute or an inbox full of urgent emails can disrupt a professionals flow and cause them to feel stressed and start their day negativity. Although some of these factors are uncontrollable, Future Generation Marketing are keen to promote how, if handled the correct way, these factors shouldn’t impact on an individual’s overall productivity. By taking a proactive approach and creating a positive morning routine, the firm believe professionals will be able to greatly elevate work place stress and feel more in control, which will allow them to achieve more and maintain a positive attitude.
Future Generation Marketing believes that in order to increase daily productivity, professionals should revaluate how they use the first 10 minutes of their working day. These 10 minutes will help a professional to enter the correct mind-set for the work environment and allows them to become fully engaged with the tasks at hand.
To help professionals retake control of their mornings, Future Generation Marketing have shared their tips for focusing the mind and increasing productivity in the first 10 minutes of the working day.
Take time to reflect
It’s becoming increasingly difficult for business professionals to find time for themselves during their working day. However, to maintain focus it’s important to start the day with a few minutes of reflection, in which professionals can review what they have achieved so far and the steps they must take reach their next goals.
By not taking the time in the morning to plan their schedule, professionals are putting themselves at risk of encountering nasty surprises which could induce stress and impact productivity. Planning and prioritising tasks will help professionals create a mental map of their day, visualise goals and develop the confidence and motivation needed to excel.
Interact with others
A busy schedule can seem all the more overwhelming if a professional feels isolated. Taking the time to interact and engage with others every morning will not only help an individual to improve their communication skills, but will help them to feel supported and encourage greater mental positivity.
Gauge possible distractions
Foreseeing potential distractions, such as an inbox full of emails or unnecessary meetings will allow an individual to plan ahead and ensure that they don’t encroach on their mental attitude and productivity. Preparation is key.
Future Generation Marketing is a fresh and exciting sales and marketing firm based in the thriving business town of Reading, Berkshire. Using direct event marketing techniques and strategies, the firm help businesses to reconnect with their target audiences through face to face interactions. By putting a friendly face to brands, Future Generation Marketing uses their knowledge of markets and customer service skills to build and maintain positive customer relationships for their clients. These relationships help their clients to increase their market reach and achieve a far greater number of quality sales, providing them with the means to expand their businesses in the future.