Easy for no one. But worth a try!
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Remember the time when you helped your sibling or your co-worker with a difficult question or task, and through your peripheral vision, you saw them sit relieved.
See, they were productive once you helped them.
This help is what we’d be talking about here, which is a major cause of being productive.
The first and the only tip that we’d give you is asking for help.
Your team and you are assigned a major task, and you start working immediately. After an hour or so, you find yourself in a puddle. You find some hindrance in the task you were assigned.
Your team comes up to, but you throw excuses at them, asking them to sort it out by themselves. This makes you a bad team leader.
But, you then get up and go to your task manager, and ask them the solution. What did you show here? Courage.
The solution helped your team complete the task way before the deadline. What is this? Productivity.
Solving a small problem, by asking for help, helps increase productivity.
The next time you lack the confidence to ask for help, think about the time you could save if you get an answer to your question.
Author: Rajani Rajagopal