• Time Management ♦ Be On Time
The first area of control is time. Once you have a hold on time you can ensure tasks are accomplished before deadlines. Having a practiced understanding of time management leads to greater chances of opportunities. Time management is a tool to help better prepare for meetings to come in ready to listen and respond to your best ability. Most of all, be on time as best you can, well, to a point.
• There is being on time and there is fashionably late. Being directly on time is the old saying that you are late. If you are early, you are on time. What is the rule? The situation is based on the value of the approach. There is never any harm in showing up late to be ready at any given time to walk in. Show up early enough where you can get food or walk around. If it is your first time to this location, early gives you time to find it first.
• “Be On Time” is also a tool about having control over your time. If you focus on what needs to get completed then you are not focused on time. Time controls us when we allow tasks to take the lead. Limit yourself to certain box times such as a limit of 20, 30, 40, or even 60 minute blocks. When the time is up move on to another task. Things control us and take away the power of a schedule. Reclaim that power with an alarm.
• Know your hours of time. What are you willing to put into a career day or work? Know your minimums and limits. Stick to them and create habits to better develop structure. Though you should technically always be working and embracing career opportunities when and where they come up, you should remember it is a job and you need self time to recharge. Overworking and exhaust your strength to work 100% toward success.
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