Our workdays are bombarded by endless interruptions and distractions. They cause us to lose focus, feel more stressed, and reduce our productivity. Much of my work centers on ways to create quieter work environments (internally as well as externally) so that people can get more focused, get more done, and get more work/life balance.
Once we can quiet the cacophony of the modern work place, the next point of attack is to increase productivity (and it’s cousin – sense of accomplishment) by making the way we actually get work done more efficient. And, like most things, it’s all been done before.
Texting is Great Practice for Good Communication
Much lamenting is heard about texting. How we are “disengaging” from our surroundings to remain digitally linked to persons distant. We also talk about how our use of the English language is suffering from the cryptic abbreviations used in texts. And let’s not forget the ~ping~ that sounds each time a new text arrives.