To be productive, you need to put in time planning your work and then be willing to work hard. And even then it is not easy, says Richard Andrews, MD of office furniture company Inspiration Office. Many people leave work dissatisfied at the end of the day because they have not achieved as much as they had hoped. He has this advice to boost productivity:

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