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4 Great Products to Enhance Workplace Productivity

Do you make the best use of your time in office? Or are you one of those people who spend way too many moments scrolling through social media and end up having to rush to complete the day’s work?

If you have been experiencing productivity issues at your workplace, or anywhere else for that matter, then there is no need to panic. You are not the only one struggling in your quest to improve focus. With the number of distractions that tend to be around these days, simply maintaining your focus can become a challenge.

Fortunately, there are a number of methods and many products out there that can help you regain laser-sharp focus and direct it where it matters most. We have put together a list of the best ones for you. Read on to learn more about them.

1) StandStand
Research has shown that standing desks are really good for the overall health and productivity of an individual. Most importantly, they eliminate the risk of the person dozing off because there isn’t a comfortable chair around into which they can settle.

Don’t worry if your budget does not allow you to go for an expensive standing desk. You can find online coupon codes easily and save your money by applying them. StandStand is a nice and cost-effective alternative. It is basically a portable stand for laptops which can break down into smaller parts and is very compact with a total weight of less than 2 pounds. You can easily take it to your office or any other place and work with convenience.

The only supposed negative about using StandStand for work is that it is not very good to stand all day. Just like sitting all day is bad for you, so is standing. Therefore, you need to find the right balance while working.

2) The Habit Journal


Cultivating good habits can be hard. This is especially the case when you are trying to enhance productivity. Fortunately, The Habit Journal makes this easier to do by bringing in a modicum of accountability.

An easy outline is available for you to keep track of all activities and set goals. Just set a goal and jot down the habits that you believe will help you accomplish it. Spend a chunk of time every day to reflect on where you stand with regard to those habits and what you need to do to improve.

The only negative The Habit Journal is that you need to be careful with where you keep it because most people who write a diary or maintain a journal don’t really like others reading it. So, just be vigilant with this one. Other than that, it can be a great productivity booster.

3) Personal Robot
If taking care of mundane daily tasks such as coordinating client meetings or answering emails gets on your nerves, then Personal Robot is what you need.

This AI-powered personal assistant is able to perform facial recognition and pick up emotional cues. Controlling it is quite simple and easy and your productivity will get a major boost with this if you tend to get distracted by mundane and non-value tasks.

There is always a concern with regard to the robot’s ability to handle an unexpected situation. They are very efficient when dealing with prescribed work but are pretty much clueless when an unexpected situation comes up.

4) Fidgi Pen


Fidgi Pen is perfect for those individuals who struggle with anxiety-related problems and are likely to get fidgety during work meetings. It will help you to maintain focus and make the most of every session.

The Fidgi Pen typically features 7 distinct fidget points that will keep your hands busy without those around you finding out what you are up to. With your hands occupied, you will feel a lot calmer and more focused.

Price is the only major negative of a Fidgi Pen at this point in time. So, if you are able to look past that and have the means to afford a Fidgi Pen, then we suggest that you should go for it.

We live in a hyperactive age where productivity killers are everywhere. You may not be able to eliminate these distractions completely but you can certainly minimize their impact with the products mentioned in this piece. Here’s to a more productive you. Cheers!

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