Ora Group Discusses How Working Smarter Beats Working Longer

“There is an interesting concept everyone should understand: Regardless of whether or not you are at a 9-5 or just in an opportunity with a bit more freedom, there will always be tasks to accomplish and checklists to be completed. By working smarter, you’re allowing yourself to accommodate towards more than just working longer hours. Working smarter not only makes you productive, but it helps you save time,” says Obiora Shorinwa, managing director of Ora Group. At Ora Group, we know the difference between working longer vs. working smarter. Our reps know that time is valuable, we won’t be wasting it by doing anything to reduce our mind and concentration. “Ora Group has come up with some tip to help combat this situation and work smarter, rather than longer,” says Obiora Shorinwa of Ora Group.

 

Small Breaks

 

“Studies and research indicate that naps are proven to help us feel more energized if the nap is 15 minutes long. Longer naps make us lethargic and fatigues, whereas smaller ones awake our energy. Taking a small break in silence clear the mind,” says Obiora Shorinwa of Ora Group.

 

Manage Your Time

 

Start setting a deadline for yourself and you will notice you’ll be more productive. Studies prove that when you’re on a timeline, not only do you work more efficiently but you get the job done as well. “We know that time is valuable and of the essence, so whatever it is from project management or new strategies — set deadlines for it” says Obiora Shorinwa of Ora Group.

 

Plan Before, Rather than Later

 

Planning ahead of time helps you feel more prepared. The night before, have your clothes ready, lunch ready and whatever necessary things you need for the next day. By doing this you save time, and you feel prepared for the day.