10 Simple Ways to Increase Work Efficiency

Efficiency is about completing a task with little to no waste. And it’s how effectively you can perform a job with the least energy used. Productivity is not about getting more things done in a day but about getting important things done in a day.

“Focus on being productive instead of busy.” – Tim Ferriss, an American entrepreneur

Being efficient is about being steady and consistent. You can achieve successful outcomes at work with the resources you have. Efficiency is about working smarter, not harder, or longer.

“Efficiency is doing things right. Effectiveness is doing the right things.” – Peter Drucker, an American economist and author

It means that you optimize processes, speed up workflows, and reduce the number of interruptions.

“Efficiency is doing better than what is already being done.”- Peter Drucker, an American economist and author

Here are 10 simple yet powerful ways to increase your efficiency at work.

📒 Show Notes and Resources 📒

00:16 10 Ways to Increase Your Work Efficiency
01:02 Less is More
01:35 Take Breaks
02:01 Set Goals
02:31 Meditate
03:00 Focus on What’s Important, Not What’s Urgent
03:53 Turn Off Notifications
04:13 Declutter Your Work Area
04:39 Learn New Skills
05:01 Time Block
05:33 Concentrate on One Task at a Time
06:08 Bringing It All Together

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About: In this video, Matthew Royse from Knowledge Enthusiast shares his 10 powerful ways to increase your efficiency at work. Less is more, take more breaks, set goals, meditate, and focus on what’s important, not what’s urgent. Furthermore, turn off notifications, declutter your work area, learn new skills, time block, and concentrate on one task at a time. It’s not rocket science to improve your efficiency. Work smart, not harder or longer. Simplify things and avoid looking for a new shiny toy to play with. The answers you seek are right in front of you, and when you smartly apply the resources you have, you can achieve excellent results.

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