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We hope you had an excellent Memorial Day weekend!
If you didn’t take an extended vacation this week or don’t have one in the near future, you’re most likely watching the summer unfold outside while you sit at your desk catching up on email with possible beach envy directed toward some of your coworkers’ Facebook/Instagram/Twitter accounts.
However, there are several ways to both enjoy the weather and summer vibes AND be productive in your business this season.
1) Leave your office for your lunch break: Whether you’re walking down the street to your favorite restaurant or making a trek across town for a lunch meeting, find a way to incorporate the sunshine into your calendar. If you choose the latter, try finding an outside table to enjoy with your prospective clients or customers. A little Vitamin D with a sandwich and iced tea is always good for the soul and business deals.
2) Open the blinds: If you’re in charge of an office of employees, don’t rely on fluorescent lights and computer screens alone. Invite the summer sunlight to join you and your employees/coworkers by keeping the blinds open (and the windows too if it’s not too humid). Last year, the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine discussed the benefits of keeping workers near the windows.
3) Take walking staff meetings: Don’t keep the weekly office gathering confined to the conference table this summer. Find a park nearby with a 5-10 minute round-trip walking distance and take your employees for a few laps. Record the meeting with an iPhone or smartphone and email it out to everyone as an mp3 as soon as you get back. Your employees will be able to stretch their legs and be more alert to pump out a few more winning ideas for upcoming projects.
If you have any questions about keeping an office productive during the summer, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org!