Keeping productive in the summer heat

Tasha Horton Advice

The UK is currently experiencing one of the longest and hottest heatwaves in recent memory. There hasn’t been any real rain for weeks and people have forgotten what jumpers look like. In conditions like these, it’s easy to lose concentration and let your business get away from you. This is especially true when people need to take a much-deserved break. With …

IT support leads to business growth

IT support – so much more than computers, tech and security.

Tasha Horton Hardware, Prompt PC, Software

Running a business takes a lot of hard work, dedication and difficult decision making. Your priorities, primarily business growth, mean that unfortunately, things can sometimes fall by the wayside. One of those things is often IT support. It’s easy to forget about computers, tech and security especially if you’re yet to face a cyber threat. However, a little-known fact is …

Business man playing hard avoiding work

To work hard, you have to play hard!

Tasha Horton Advice

We’re all familiar with the phrase “work hard, play hard” its become a bit of a cliché, a joke, something you’d say casually, but not something we ever actually put a lot of serious thought to. But behind that one silly phrase sits a lot of truth. Our new workplace culture The instantaneous and all-encompassing nature of our workplace has …

Productivity ninja

How to become a productivity ninja 

Tasha Horton Advice

Productivity and I have an on again off again relationship. I’m sure the same is true for many of you too. Some days I can fly through five hours of work in three and others I struggle with what should have been a 30 minute task for an hour or longer or on the worst days I feel zero motivation to do …

Productive, tidy work space. Cactus, books and pot of pens

We all procrastinate. 9 ways to become more productive.

Tasha Horton People

We all procrastinate I can procrastinate, a lot. This morning, between waking up and doing the work I’d planned, about 100 other things happened. First I decided that I was hungry, so made myself breakfast and watched TV whilst I ate. That show turned into not one, not two but three before I caught myself and turned off the TV. I walked over to …