Around the Proof Management, Inc. office, you’ll often find us discussing ways to be more productive. Making the most of the time we have in a typical workday is something we’re always trying to do. Our daily commutes to and from work have become linchpins of our efforts, which is why we’ve been trying the following simple strategies during our journeys.

Building our skill sets is one of the most sensible things we can do with our commutes, so we try a range of methods for doing so. There are so many podcasts and audiobooks that suit this purpose that it’s almost overwhelming. We’re currently working through long reading lists and listening queues, learning about marketing techniques, new languages, and anything else you could imagine.

We’ve also found that commuting offers great potential for getting better organized. Those of us who drive to work use our phones to record voice notes, which allow us to streamline our to-do lists. Our Proof Management, Inc. public transportation users have the luxury of writing out their ideas, sharpening their work on key projects in the process.

Meditation is another practice that has made our commutes more productive. We become better equipped to deal with the typical stresses of busy workdays by focusing our thoughts on positive things when we’re on the road.

These strategies are transforming our commutes into productive rituals.

Around the Proof Management, Inc. office, you’ll often find us discussing ways to be more productive. Making the most of the time we have in a typical workday is something we’re always trying to do. Our daily commutes to and from work have become linchpins of our efforts, which is why we’ve been trying the following simple strategies during our journeys.

Building our skill sets is one of the most sensible things we can do with our commutes, so we try a range of methods for doing so. There are so many podcasts and audiobooks that suit this purpose that it’s almost overwhelming. We’re currently working through long reading lists and listening queues, learning about marketing techniques, new languages, and anything else you could imagine.

We’ve also found that commuting offers great potential for getting better organized. Those of us who drive to work use our phones to record voice notes, which allow us to streamline our to-do lists. Our Proof Management, Inc. public transportation users have the luxury of writing out their ideas, sharpening their work on key projects in the process.

Meditation is another practice that has made our commutes more productive. We become better equipped to deal with the typical stresses of busy workdays by focusing our thoughts on positive things when we’re on the road.

These strategies are transforming our commutes into productive rituals.