Almost half the year has gone by already. The resolutions you made on new years are probably either completely forgotten, or you are desperately trying to catch up on the time you’ve lost by not optimizing the first half of the year. Am I right? In order to make 2012 your most successful year yet, there are a few things you can do to at least make an attempt at achieving those big goals. Many people think that doing things more successfully than the last time takes more work than the last time as well, but it doesn’t have to be that way at all. All you really need to do is look into the software park you are using and determine whether you are using the most optimized tools for what you are doing.
For example, using Photoshop when you are just cropping images is probably not the best of choices. There are a ton of faster ways to crop your images that both crop them and upload or send them at the same time, which in turn will cut down on the time it takes for you to crop, save, find, attach and send if you are using Photoshop. As you see, there are several things you could do in order to optimize your time instead of walking in your old footsteps trying to push out more work.
As technology evolves, so does the software we use. What is available today simply wasn’t available even a year ago. This is something to take into consideration every time you have a company conference or meeting where you review what the goals should be for the year. In order to reach them, it’s important to also update, change and modify your approach and the way you are running things.
In order to help you battle time vs output, Office Suits PLUS put together a straight forward infographic that will guide you through 7 simple ways you can optimize your flow for your every day work. The seven steps are quite easy to incorporate if you want to upgrade everything. It takes you through everything from the way you organize things to the way you sync your stuff. In order to remain competitive, you need to stay upgraded.
There are thousands of companies and corporations out there that are constantly looking into how they can optimize their approach to business. In many cases, those are the companies and corporations that are actually in the “lead” and driving the industry forward. If you aspire to be one of them, you need to get your thinking hat on and start looking into how you can optimize the way you and your company are doing things. I am sure you will start to find several things that you could make more time optimized (and maybe even easier) instead of trying to work your butt off reaping no or little progress.
One of the most important aspects of time optimizing, and one that we here at Bit Rebels are constantly evolving, is how your data flow is handled. Does it present itself to you in the very easiest and effortless way, or are you still struggling with getting it together for your Monday meetings? Stuff like this is what will propel you forward as an individual, group or company. As soon as you lose track of your data, that’s when shit starts hitting the fan. Stay upgraded and keep a close eye on your data, and you will see that 2012 has plenty to offer still.
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