Arriving office in time is the first and the most important part of any work day. It not only saves you from the embarrassment of being notified that you are late, but allows you to start off the day calmly and without any panic.
Swallow In The Environment
Every person has his or her domestic worries and obligations, but when you come to the office, the only thing in your mind should be work. As soon as you reach the workplace, take a deep breath and try to absorb the environment so that you can start off with a bang.
Most of the office tasks are in continuation, but the situation can be changes if you divide the task in smaller steps and then staple these sub tasks day wise. The key here is to ensure that you have a clean slate every day of the week.
Try Not To Be Moody
Early mornings are prone to mood swings. You can get easily irritated if someone piles on a new load of work right at the start of the day. However, it is best to suppress yourself and think a way around the whole situation.
Organize Your Day
After you have been detailed, or finalise, what needs to be done in a specific day, plan out your course of action and assign priorities to each task.
Be Mentally Present
In most organizations, all the mental storming and briefings take place at the start of the day. It is therefore necessary that you are mentally present. This not only ensures that you properly grasp everything but also allows you to communicate properly. There are many managers who would not even so much as smile early in the morning just because their stimulation level is not optimum. Don’t be someone like that.
Check In With Your Colleagues
A five to ten minute chit chat with your friends and other colleague is important for maintaining social significance at the office.