Learning begins at home so let’s try to apply the following routines to our daily work, and then transfer this method to our employees.
Here are some tools that can be useful to start learning to Learn to Work:
- At the beginning of the day, review the to-do list of the previous day and add the new activities that have arisen during the morning.
- Choose those actions that require immediate solution. Underline them with some striking color (yellow, for example).
- Start solving them: make the phone call, send the fax or the message, take the papers, go out and collect the documentation, any action that involves the real, physical, forceful performance of that activity.
- Continue with the next activity and start solving it.
- Add new activities to the list that arise during the day and use some type of symbol to help us identify the degree of importance or urgency of each one.
- At the end of the day, close the finished affairs, file the documentation.
- Before leaving the office, resume the morning list and cross out those activities that have already been completed. Leave the list handy to start the next day.
- At the end of the day, the stack of papers should be smaller than it was in the morning when we started work.
It is important to have an agenda, a notebook, a post-it pad, an alarm clock or any other item that makes it easier for us to write down and, later, remember what we have pending. It is a fantasy to think that we can remember everything. There is no “bad memory” for an entrepreneur; there is only the discipline or the negligence of pointing the earrings.
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