June 04, 2018 2 min read
A cluttered desk is filled with potential for distractions. There is considerable evidence that a cleared desk reduces stress levels.
The most useful strategy I’ve found is to spend five minutes at the end of each working day to clear your desk before you finish working in the space. Those few minutes will ensure you start the next day on the front foot.
A clean desk suggests a clean and focused mind. It makes you look efficient accomplished, thorough and organised and will also make you feel this way!
Decide what you absolutely need? Remove everything that is not essential. Use drawers. Keep necessary items at your fingertips, but out of your line of sight.
Whatever projects you have on your desk at the end of day, find a drawer to store it in until you are ready to pull it out and work on it again. Don’t leave unfinished projects on your desk for days on end.
Use Wunderlist (*I love this app!) or other digital notes like Stickies or OneNote, rather than hard copy to do lists or post-it notes.
Remove all unnecessary icons and find a non-distracting image as your wallpaper image. Turn off email and social media notifications when focusing on a task.
May 17, 2022 1 min read
You’re invited to participate in the biggest SALE we’ve ever done!
This is going to work differently from a “normal” sale. We love finding ways to deliver ludicrous value to our precious customers and we think you’ll be excited to join us!
April 06, 2022 2 min read
Colleen Callander is one of the most inspiring and influential leaders in business, with an impressive career with some of Australia’s largest corporations that span decades. These were our favourite tips from her impressive keynote speech on IWD 2022...
March 24, 2022 3 min read
The thing about networking is; if you feel uncomfortable doing it, you’re doing it wrong.
Networking is about mingling with the intention to share information, offer gifts of time, a listening ear, some advice, or provide a connection to someone else that may be able to assist.