Productive thinking

Achieve your business goals by working smarter, not harder, in 2022.

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season makes it tough to keep workplace productivity high. Starting as early as Halloween on through New Year’s Day, there are just so many treats to eat, gifts to exchange, gatherings to attend and travel schedules to accommodate. It’s difficult to keep your team focused with so many competing personal and professional priorities. 

But now that the Champagne bottles are empty and “Auld Lang Syne” has been sung, it’s time to refocus on the many tasks and challenges at hand. All successful business owners are constantly searching for ways to increase productivity in the workplace. The more productive a team becomes, the more opportunities come for new projects, improved business relationships and boosted profits. 

In this Q1 issue you will learn several time-saving tips and get sound advice from local owners and leaders for being more productive in all aspects of your business — from automation to zero-based budgeting. 

Take the junk out of junk mail. Better organize your books. Simplify your insurance. Increase your employee engagement. Discover new productivity apps and tools. Learn why meetings kill productivity (and what to do about it). Assess what assets are worth the effort. Uncover the power and potential of Mastermind groups. Find more flexibility by outsourcing your back-office services. 

Inspirational success stories, hot business trends — you’ll find all of that and more inside this tidy and efficient Q1 issue of LOCAL Biz. We hope it helps boost your workplace productivity, allowing your business to reach new heights in 2022.

Lance Hanlin, Editor-in-Chief

“Until we can manage time, we can manage nothing else.”—Peter Drucker, management consultant

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