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7 ways to boost your productivity during the holidays

After enjoying a nice, long Thanksgiving holiday and engaging in gift-shopping, holiday festivities, and holiday cheer in general, going back to work can sometimes feel dreary. While you’re stuck in the office, you may find yourself daydreaming about going home and snuggling in front of the fire, eating holiday foods, and even jumping online to browse the latest holiday sales.

After enjoying a nice, long Thanksgiving holiday and engaging in gift-shopping, holiday festivities, and holiday cheer in general, going back to work can sometimes feel dreary. While you’re stuck in the office, you may find yourself daydreaming about going home and snuggling in front of the fire, eating holiday foods, and even jumping online to browse the latest holiday sales.

But — as an inbound marketer, the month of December will be vital to your upcoming 2014 campaign. After all, you want to start off the New Year with a bang and rise above your competitors, right?

Stay awake and re-energize this month by following these 7 tips for boosting your daily productivity.

1. Set daily and weekly goals

Goals can serve as a constant reminder about what you need to accomplish. If you don’t do it already, make daily or weekly to-do lists and make sure you stick to them. You’ll feel much more accomplished at the end of the day when you realize you’ve met all your goals.

2. Set aside time to eat and sleep

Food and sleep fuel your brain and will provide your body with the nourishment it needs to stay focused and ahead of the game. Don’t let the holidays distract you from these vital needs. Your body (and your boss!) will thank you for it

3. Automate your work as best as possible

Use social media scheduling tools such as Hootsuite to schedule social media posts ahead of time, and schedule blogs to be published at predetermined dates and times. The more automation tools you can use, the more time you’ll have for more important tasks.

4. Schedule breaks into your work day

15- and 20-minute breaks throughout the day can give your brain the refreshing break it needs to stay productive. Although 20 minutes can seem like a long time when you’re trying to meet deadlines and finish projects, you’ll think differently when you sit back down and churn out work twice as fast as you did before.

5. Avoid multitasking

Research has shown that multitasking can actually lower your productivity by up to 40%. Focus on working on just one task at a time, and you’ll end up developing more accurate and high-quality work as a result.

6. Keep socializing to a minimum

The holidays may have you in a cheerful enough mood to motivate you to reach out to old friends and loved ones and make plans for holiday get-togethers, but keep socializing at a minimum when you’re at work. Reserve phone calls and text messages for when you get home, and stay focused on work while you’re at the office.

7. Stay calm and don’t panic

Business isn’t always perfect — losing an important client or failing to receive a payment on time can really throw a wrench in your work day and affect your productivity. Whatever happens, take a deep breath, calm down, assess the situation, and focus on moving on. After all, tomorrow is another day and a fresh start.

Case Studies Read about how we have helped our clients succeed!

 
  • Malley Surgical
  • sys-tek
  • Shawnee Mission
  • Surepoint Medical

Malley Surgical Weight Loss

BIGSHOT has been the agency of record since Dr. Malley launched his practice in 2006. We created his logo and branding and helped launch the practice. We worked with him for the next six years executing traditional lead generation. Most bariatric practices, saw a change in consumer behavior as the newness of the procedure swore off. It was getting harder and harder to fill in person seminars, and in turn book consultations and procedures. Learn more

sys-tek

sys-tek was undergoing a fundamental shift in their engineering practice, moving away from traditional design projects to more commissioning based field work. They were also rolling out their new custom commissioning software, Cx/TAB Kit. sys-tek came to BIGSHOT with a broken website and a major trade show deadline coming up fast!Learn more

Shawnee Mission Medical Center

BIGSHOT has partnered with Shawnee Mission Medical Center (SMMC) for over 10 years, developing three award winning iterations of the main hospital website and many additional micro-sites and social media properties over the years. Most recently SMMC was wanting to increase their SEO and lead generation efforts for their major service lines.Most bariatric practices, saw a change in consumer behavior as the newness of the procedure swore off. It was getting harder and harder to fill in person seminars, and in turn book consultations and procedures. Learn more

Surepoint Medical

In the beginning, servicing SurePoint was uncomplicated. BIGSHOT completed some web updates and set up SurePoint’s social media accounts. As SurePoint’s business began to rapidly grow, the company needed its marketing resources to accomplish more.Learn more

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