Commute and Work

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Productivity is a lifestyle. While it’s important to be as productive as possible during the workday, you should maintain a productive mindset even when you’re away from your desk.

The average American spends 50 minutes a day commuting. That’s more than 10% of an average workday. Think about how much you could get done if you had 10% more time on your hands! Needless to say, commute time is “wasted” time if not used productively.

Of course, there are limitations to what you can do while commuting, and I would always advise against doing anything that detracts attention from driving. There are, however, dozens of tools in the marketplace that are designed to help you be (safely) productive on the go. An article published by Hubspot blog recommends a number of useful mobile apps, tips, and tricks for commuter productivity. If you’re thinking, “I could probably make more productive use of my commute time,” I would recommend you read this article and explore some of the productivity suggestions:
http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/productivity-apps-commute

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