Whether is about paperwork, assignments or dates in order to show professionalism in everyday life there is a need of meeting time management skil... ... middle of paper ... ...al attempts to tackle my concern about time management skills. Now at the end, I am feeling like I had so much support from so many people and I will feel ashamed if I will fail to show a great improvement of my ability to deal with time. However, I believe that the only way to succeed is to keep practicing. I learned that I always need a well structured action plan in order to be calculated and to solve problems calmly and seriously. Besides, I constantly need to reflect on my mistakes so I can avoid them in the future.
I don’t enjoy having a schedule, I like to be able to get my work done on my own time without multiple deadlines. The bad part about being perceiving is normally I wait until the last minute to do assignments and it can become stressful. Last but not least, I am a mixture of both sensing and intuition. I lean more toward intuition. I am interested in doing things different and new but it also depends on what assignment it is.
This research sometimes ended up deviating from the original topic and used up more time than needed, resulting in lack of sleep. The other weakness I have is seeking for “perfection”. You always think you can do better, so you write and re-write and re-write your assessment again and again in the hope of delivering your best to meet your personal
Gabrielle Cannon Professor Matz Research and Writing 10 September, 2017 Multitasking, Good or Bad? Multitasking is something we all do. With lack of time and needing to get things done fast we often find ourselves doing more than one task at a time. As a college student I find myself multitasking a lot more than I’d like to admit, but it has become such a hard habit to break. Multitasking can often make us feel more productive, but it may not be as efficient as we would like to believe.
Whenever I get a writing assignment for class, it seems like a chore. I don’t have a problem with writing, but papers always seem to take more time than they should. Maybe this is due to poor planning on my part, but essays are usually an ordeal, and I dread actually doing the work to finish one. The task is simple enough, but putting it off always seems like a better alternative to writing. I do think about the paper that I have to write, but I do not put thoughts and ideas into a paper or outline until I absolutely need to do so.
Their decisions are based on logic. I am definitely a thinker. I often times find myself lost in thought. I am always contemplating a better way to solve a problem, do a task more efficiently, how to organize better, and so forth. At my job, I get to utilize this skill as my casework varies from client to client.
I became to feel anxious and nervous all the time and also it affects on my grade. According to this I must change the way I deal with my time by changing the methodology and follow other time management strategies. The reality that I never have manage my time and now I regret deeply that I don’t have any schedule to follow then I realize that managing time is necessary and very important. I find myself rushing at the last minute to complete my assignments and do my homework without being ready to do them physically and morally. I also find my self forgetting what I have to do , missing deadlines, putting some unrealistic goals, worrying about an exam if I don’t prepare for it.
The working world continues to bring together to work on projects of all different personality types who will not always agree with me and I have to accept it and not move on but instead think about what gaps I have in my personality that I need to work on so I can make the team as productive as I can and contribute to the best of my ability. If I don’t work on my weaknesses it will cause me to lose out on many opportunities that the future holds for me. Furthermore, I think as a leader in the future the world is constantly changing and I have to accept that by ensuring that I am also changing the person that I am as a leader, but for a better
Interpersonally, I am not a patient person and that also emerges when working with others. I often find myself finishing tasks myself because I do not wait to wait around for others. As a leader, this would be counterproductive and leave me overwhelmed. Also, I could improve my flexibility. In a leadership role, I tend to like things to be completed my way, but I have begun to give up some control and be more flexible when working with others.
Based on my experience, I would love to give everyone change to express their point of view before forming my opinion, since I need think before I speak. Also, it is often for me to imagine the way in certain circumstances and contemplating the consequences of an unexpected situation. Furthermore, I am focus in my goal achievement and not easily distracted. This is because, as a leader I need to keep my team on task in whatever the project. In addition, as an intuitive thinking leader, I can easily become bored with repetition and a highly constrained routine.