There’s a common misconception that minimalism refers to the number of items you own. Minimalism is about prioritizing things of value and importance. Items that create unnecessary clutter are removed. This principle can be applied to your work.
These 6 tricks
will show you how to add minimalism to your life to become more focussed and
foremost, remove anything that is not needed for your current task. Research emerging from Harvard in 2015 discovered the
power of reducing distractions. Those with a clean work area could carry out a
challenging task for 1.5 times longer than those exposed to a disorganised
include work related to a different task. A loose file from a past project may
cause your mind to wander. Rid your workspace of clutter. Only have everything
visible that you need for the task at hand.
a morning routine
In today’s busy
world, it can be hard to allocate time to yourself. Get into the habit of a morning routine to relax your mind before you
Shift your sleep
schedule slightly, so you have time in the morning to yourself. Choose
activities that ease your mind. Many people now practice yoga and meditation to
start off the day. Perhaps you’d enjoy a morning stroll down the road or even
just a coffee and reading the paper without the usual morning rush.
Do you work from
home? If so, is your home office a space where you can feel productive and
focussed? Your work environment will
affect your productivity greatly. Choose a location with minimal distractions
and background noise.
important to separate your work life from your personal life. Separating these
areas can be difficult if your home office is in your bedroom, so consider
sectioning off the room with a divider or large rug.
There are many creative
ways to create a home office. Converting a shipping container into a home office is an
up-and-coming innovation. They make for a cheaper alternative to building an office