Productivity on the Go

As a sales professional, your job may require you to travel from time to time. I think we can all agree that it’s a bit of an inconvenience to have to leave our personal, optimized workspaces and head out on the road. But if business travel is an unavoidable part of your job, the best thing you can do is be as productive as possible with your travel time.

Some of the most common productivity-killing aspects associated with business travel include lack of Wi-Fi, limited access to power outlets, and sleep deprivation. While it’s not always possible to eliminate these nuisances from our time on the road, there are several ways to prevent them from affecting our ability to be productive. LifeHacker published a great article this week titled, “Jedi-Approved Productivity Tricks for the Business Traveler.” Read this short article to find out how you can boost productivity on the road:

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