Being Busy is not Synonymous with Being Productive

first_imgResults separate activity from productivity. If you don’t know which of these you’re accomplishing as you’re scrambling around, trying to find time to sneak peeks at a clock, you’re likely not being entirely productive. There is rarely any scrambling around involved in productivity, nor is there uncertainty because you’re accomplishing concrete, measurable goals.An important factor in activity is the quality of your work. If you’re running around aimlessly, there isn’t much hope for you to accomplish your tasks. Managing your activity isn’t mere self-help advice; it has an actual impact on business. People who know how to balance their work and complete tasks are often immensely better positioned than their less-adapted counterparts.Keeping tabs on your activity is the quickest way to improve an unproductive process. Watch what you do, and see your results get a quick and measurable boost.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img