How to plan your tasks ahead of Christmas and New Year holidays?

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It's time for you to think about packing up those tasks in 2021 forever, and welcome 2022 with a fresh breeze of tasks.

Nobody wants to enter the office premises with a baggage of pending tasks. We all love to start the new year fresh, with a set of new, challenging tasks. We don’t want to look back into those rusty old tasks and sigh at the beginning of a new era in our workplace.
How do you avoid this treacherous act and relax during Christmas and New Year holidays?


Tips to avoid pending tasks during Christmas and New Year holidays

Here you go! Hope you find these tips enticing to pack your bags while leaving the worries of pending tasks forever during Christmas and New Year holidays:

1. Talk to your team members
You don’t want to forgo any dependency from your team members. It’s always better to stay a step ahead and inquire about any pending tasks from your end. Also, it’s equally important to intimidate them in case you need them to complete any task.

2. Prepare a checklist
Depending on our mental note might not come handy always. There would always be that tiny task which got faded out in the process. It’s better to sit alone for 30 minutes and create a checklist. With this checklist, you can avoid leaving out on any task in hand. You will always have a crystal clear idea on what you need to complete.

3. Don’t procrastinate

There is a survey stating that 94% of people feel that procrastination would bore an ill effect on their overall happiness. No task is worth procrastinating, be it small or big. If you can finish a task in 15 minutes, get it done immediately. If it consumed more time, segregate it into small chunks. Talk to your team members and finish it off. Don’t let it come back haunting you after your holidays.

4. Don’t rush as well
It’s better to complete your tasks properly rather than making blunders while trying to meet the Christmas holiday deadline. Plan your tasks ahead and if it’s not possible to complete, ask for extension in advance. Finish off your task patiently rather than hastily.

5. Automate your tasks
Wouldn’t it be better to plan your next year budget with a finance software instead of depending on manual spreadsheet. Sounds like a good idea? It’s time for you to try it. Get a gist of SAP iRPA to automate your manual tasks.

Wishing you a happy new year!

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