It's difficult to remain productive with the knowledge that a pandemic is happening outdoors. However, if you keep your mind mentally active in your Littleton, CO homes, you can remain positively influenced and in excellent mental condition until the self-isolation and disease has finally left the world. While roofing is one of the things that might worry you, if you recently had a roofing check up and maintenance service, your roof will outlast any rainstorm in the next few days.
To keep yourself productive throughout the pandemic isolation, you can learn new skills. It's okay if you don't feel up to learning lessons and doing something right now, but if you want something to do or avert your attention, education is the best way to go. Focus helps your body and mind improve its perspective and remove negativity in your system.
If not new skills, then you can focus on doing things you love. You can paint the siding with a new color. You can learn simple roofing solutions, which require no need for heavy-duty roofing equipment. Learning to balance yourself and avoid disorientation on your roof is a key skill you need to learn when it comes to roofing inspections.
Reading books to escape the current realities of life is one of the best ways that many in Roper Roofing's team do right now. If not fiction, then non-fiction studies on improving one's knowledge is essential to the process as well.
Forbes has a great article to help you have more ideas on how to remain productive and focused to avoid negativity during this quarantine period.
Once the quarantine clears and you're in need of excellent roofing, you can always count on us at Roper Roofing to have not diminished our skills in roofing. We'll make sure your roof gets everything it needs to protect you.
1. Work On Your ROI: Return On Impact
Jennifer Kem, brand futurist and business strategist, says, "Now is the time to work on your ROI — return on impact to increase your productivity.” Kem has three C’s she recommends to follow during this time to stay productive and keep the momentum going.
Connection — In real life connection is on pause for 4-6 weeks, but that doesn’t mean you stop connecting. In fact, you must keep connecting, the internet and social media are your friend, USE IT ACTIVELY! Be strategic and find ways to create content your customer and core demographic needs and will engage with.
Community — Serve your community first! They are feeling the pinch of this situation too and need your leadership. Things you can do to showcase empathy and care will help relieve pressure from them in a responsible way.
Creativity — When there is less time to interact in person, there is more time reserved to finish the important things you’ve been putting off. Is there a program you can learn? A new system you can implement? A new skill you can master?
2. Get Your Tools Right
Amy Porterfield, online business and marketing expert says, “Having the right tools in your business can make all the difference - especially when times are turbulent or in transition. For my remote team, there are three tools that we absolutely cannot live without: Asana, Slack, and Zoom. Asana for project management and task tracking, Slack for our daily conversations and mini celebrations, and Zoom for high quality, reliable video conferencing - so that we can stay connected even through the distance. These, together with a mindset that is primed for productivity and positivity, lay the foundations for success.” (Continued)