Jumpstart Your Work Day in Just Ten Minutes

When you walk into work in the morning, do you ever find yourself wondering where to start first? There’s the flashing light on your phone, indicating you have messages to check. The inbox on your desk has spawned more paperwork overnight. And who knows what urgent emails are waiting for you once you turn on your computer.

Instead of running for the hills, try this quick way to get your efficiency going in the morning. Give yourself ten minutes at the start of each day to tackle these five tasks (spending no more than two minutes on each):

- Checking your voicemail
- Going through your inbox
- Opening your email
- Reviewing your calendar
- Creating your daily to-do list

Stick to this routine day after day, and the easier it will become!

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
AVERYJumpstart Your Work Day in Just Ten Minutes
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Reviewed by 2 customers

Sort by

Displaying reviews 1-2

Back to top

 
5.0

Time Management

By mspiggy61

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Jumpstart Your Work Day in Just Ten Minutes:

I love this idea! There are times that I can't clear my desk before I leave the office. Seeing all that paper work can be overwhelming. Having a goal each morning makes things go much smoother.

 
4.0

Jumpstart Your Day

By Chele

from Undisclosed

This review is from AVERY Jumpstart Your Work Day in Just Ten Minutes:

Article was straightforward and concise. I circle round to the concept whenever I begin to feel overwhelmed. Especially with so many emails everyday, it is easy to get side-tracked and spend an inordinate amount of time first thing in the morning just answering those. I am not sure how to get around that problem. What I've begun to do is to spend a little more time first thing in the morning--TRYING to keep it to 1/2 hour. Then I don't look at email again until late morning and then late afternoon, so as not to get distracted.

Displaying reviews 1-2

Back to top