Daily Archives: January 23, 2014

8 THINGS TO DO TO BE MORE EFFICIENT ON THE JOB

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Efficiency basically means that you know how to save or spend the least amount of time, energy, and money on a job. Here are 8 ways to be more efficient on the job.

STOP MULTITASKING AT WORK

Focus your attention on one task at a time. It is stupid to have a serious important conversation on the phone and also try to answer an important email at the same time. Yes, at home you can multitask by talking on the phone and cooking or doing household chores at the same time but that is not serious important work being done.

IF YOU ARE A CEO THEN DELEGATE SOME AUTHORITY

Micro managing is inefficient time spent trying to guide the progress of someone’s work. They usually should be competent enough to manage the job on their own with minimal supervision. If a worker is not fully competent to work on their own then you can delegate some authority to another worker who has the responsibility of supervising that worker.

MAKE YOUR COMMUNICATIONS SHORT, SWEET, AND TO THE POINT

Verbose and hard to understand communication with the wrong emotional attitude is inefficient bad communication. Keep your communications as short and to the point as possible yet try not to offend anyone at the same time.

SCHEDULE YOUR TIME AS MUCH AS IS REASONABLE

Even scheduling your tasks and time has to be a little flexible so that you can deal with unexpected problems and emergencies when they arise. Also try to schedule some free time into your schedule for unexpected delays which need your immediate attention.

STAY AS ORGANIZED AS POSSIBLE

An orderly desk or everything in its proper place is a good habit to have and continue with and it will save you much time by not having to look for misplaced objects.

TIME YOUR TASKS BUT SET PRIORITIES

Decide what is important to do first, second, and third when scheduling your time so you get the important things done first.

SET ASIDE TIME FOR REST AND RELAXATION

Not only is it important to get plenty of sleep at home but there should be time set aside on the job when you can rest, exercise and/or meditate and/or think about nothing of importance or frequently think about how the job is progressing and make adjustments accordingly.

PLAN AND REPLAN PROJECTS

It is important to spend some time researching or planning a project and just as important is the ability to replan the project if it is not going as expected and needs some minor and/or major changes.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT RESPECT

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Respect: v. to sense and frequently communicate that a human has (much value and/or moral goodness) and/or (much skill(s) in a (profession and/or activity)) and/or is experienced

Basically we respect moral humans who don’t lie to us or deceive us, don’t steal from us, and don’t commit adultery.

A car mechanic may be an expert in his or her field but if they are not moral and cheat us on repairs then we will not respect them and go elsewhere for car repairs.

We may also idolize wealthy and powerful humans who may not be that moral but have a profound influence in our lives.

We may not approve of or respect the Chinese political system but we are impressed by their economic power and are forced to deal with it. This realization is not true respect for the entire country but a respect for their ability to succeed economically in the world even though they are major counterfeiters of brand named products and steal patents and intellectual property with abandon.

We don’t truly respect them but rather fear their economic system and its power to put established companies and workers out of business.

The United States is also no longer being as respected worldwide because they have lost their moral rudder and with it respect. American international companies bribe national governments to get favorable treatment and American international banks are stealing taxpayer’s money and creating huge deficits which will probably never be paid off by future generations.

Big business through special interest legislation is killing off the potential success of small new businesses and decimating the middle class. The middle class is also being killed off by the technological revolution which is robotizing, using the internet, standardizing parts, and effectively killing many jobs with superior computer software.

The American economy and government is also morally unjust and is not as respected as it once was.

The American secular class has also lost its respect and moral rudder to guide it and the result is failed marriages, poor social relationships, and a hedonistic approach to life. Too many Americans are lying, deceiving, and committing adultery. Family life and many human relationships are disintegrating.

With an emphasis on making money for money’s sake without a moral rudder, mental and physical health is deteriorating because of unhealthy lifestyles, unhealthy food, and the over use of artificial drugs by the medical and psychiatric professions.

Unhealthy, immoral citizens, and unjust political laws are bankrupting the medical and social welfare system and adding to the national debt.

Morality and respect begins by teaching young impressionable minds what is moral behavior and it eventually is reflected in the kind of human leadership that we get in powerful organizations. Without this impulsive morality practiced by most citizens the result is chaos and eventual tyranny or dictatorship which governs by the threat of force and the use of force and not rule by the voluntary trusting cooperation of its citizens.

The new secular worldwide MORAL CODE which should be practiced to bring back true respect in the world is-except in emergency situations-don’t destroy biodiversity, don’t lie, don’t be inefficient, don’t steal, don’t commit adultery if married, and don’t murder!!!!!!

One way to be respected is to be good at your profession or job. Many doctors, lawyers, and car mechanics are good at their professions and are respected for their expertise.

If you can trust someone and they are dependable then chances are you can also respect them because lying or being unreliable can frequently ruin trust and with it respect.

If someone is immoral or lies, steals, or is adulterous then they will lose respect.

If you are deceitful which is hidden lying then you will also lose respect once your deceit is uncovered or revealed.

If you break or don’t fulfill many promises then you will not be respected because it is a form of lying and being unreliable.

If you are not sincere or nice but hurt human feelings too frequently by being rude, inconsiderate, using ridicule, quarrelsome, and cruel then you will definitely lose some respect.

If you are unjustly critical, a backstabber, spiteful, a name caller, don’t give credit where credit is due, greedy, very lazy, a racist, promiscuous, boastful, vain, or have other severe personality flaws which humans don’t like then respect for you will decrease though maybe not always to zero.

If you are a tyrannical boss then you will be feared but not respected by most humans.

CONCLUSION:

If you are honest, sincere, and dependable without severe personality flaws then you will be respected and even admired by most humans. In many cases respect is not automatic but it must be earned with a history of respectful behavior.

 

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