6 Ways To Ensure Creativity & Productivity For Home Office

If you are offering accounting services, you should know that time is gold. Hence, even with the social distancing protocols in place, you will need to perform your work tasks even if you are at home. Many accounting firms in Singapore, such as Ackenting Group are continuing to provide essential accounting and bookkeeping services throughout this crucial period of time. During a time of crisis, it is important that you don’t lose sight of your revenue and earnings, and allow your business to remain fully operational.

With that, many individuals are looking at making their home office more conducive for creativity and productivity. How do you do that? Here are a few ways you can get started, as recommended by productivity experts.

1. Find a corner space

If you have the time, and you also have space, you should find the best corner and put a table there. The best corner space should have the following characteristics:

  • It may be facing the wall
  • It may be facing a great view for your balcony
  • It may be facing windows where you can get some fresh air while having coffee
  • It may be just a small space where you can put a table, a laptop, and your working devices

2. Remove unnecessary distractions

You need to remove all unnecessary distractions. If you are easily distracted by your kids, family members or noises around the house, you need to find a good space where you can reduce the chances of being affected by those distractions during your work hours.

3. Follow a specific time schedule

Sometimes, the problem could lie in your schedule. If you are already crammed in a tight space, the best way to still be creative and productive is by following a schedule. It may be hard at first, but once you follow the schedule, your brain will work during this period efficiently.

4. Take breaks in between work

Do not forget to take breaks in between. Your productivity will get compromised if you do not allow yourself to have a breather. Music can help you be more productive or give you a boost during timely breaks.

5. Have an agenda board every single day

If you know the tasks that can help you be more productive, you know what to do the whole day, and you can properly schedule each task.

6. Reward yourself

Sometimes you may not have the space available to make a home office. You may have to do with a small area of your home while working. During all this, you may also have to deal with your family members sharing the same space, and there is no clear solution in sight.

This COVID-19 period presents many challenges that one might need to struggle and adapt along the way. The simplest and best thing that you can do is to try your best, take it one day at a time, and give small rewards to yourself to boost your confidence in tackling the situation and ensure productivity for the next day.

By making your home office much more conducive, your company can continue offering accounting services to your clients in the best way possible. For example, audit firms in Singapore, such as Ackenting Group ensure that we are ready to take our accounting services online for the betterment of our clients and provide better productivity too. We offer expert help with years of experience and relevant skill set to ensure that your business makes the best financial decisions during this time.

If you require any assistance on accounting services, feel free to drop us an email at johnwoo@ag-singapore.com or contact us at +65-66358767. At Ackenting Group, we offer a complimentary 30 minutes online consultation for us to better understand your business requirements.

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