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Focus and productivity

How to stay focused and be more productive in the workplace

No matter what your role is in the workplace staying focused is always difficult. Procrastination affects everybody, especially in a technology driven world. Even so, to be an effective employee you must stay on task and be productive. I took the time to speak with some of babyTEL sales team members to find out how they stay productive. I’ll outline the feedback below: Limit Your Stimulation: In a world built on multitasking, focusing on one thing seems impossible. Luckily, it’s not. By limiting your stimulation, you’ll be able to buckle down and complete tasks quicker. Try limiting push notifications on…

Love it or Hate it, Fax Remains Highly Relevant

Faxing Still Used In Huge Industries Many people thought that email would replace the fax machine. Getting rid of fax machines seemed like a logical next step as the Digital Age continued on its path towards a paperless office. Now we have text messaging, smartphones…

The Coming Age of Communication Inversion

Mobile Use Continues to Rise Worldwide there are almost 5 billion unique mobile subscribers and by 2020 that figure will be closer to 6 billion. Mobile phones are, cheap, easy to use, and one of the most rapidly accepted technologies we’ve seen to date. Landline…

How you can make your meetings more productive

Meetings are still very important in today’s business culture. Still, there are times when meetings lack focus or get derailed. This wastes everybody’s time, and interrupts the workflow. With that, I’ll list some ways to make your meetings more productive. Make sure the meeting has…

It’s time to resurrect voicemail

Voicemail is Still Relevant If there’s one thing about voicemail that’s on the upswing it’s the growing disdain for a once crucial piece of communication technology. Mention “voicemail” to anyone under the age of 30 and you’re likely to stir up some negative reactions. Millennials…