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  • 1. Developing Good Work Habits by Ruth Lepago
  • 2. I) People with good work habits tend to be more successful in their careers
  • 3. than poorly organized individuals.
  • 4. And they have more time to spend on personal life.
  • 6. Awareness of procrastination can lead to its control.
  • 7. Three Types of Procrastinators
  • 8. 3 Powerful Techniques to Beat Procrastination
  • 9. Five Other Techniques for Reducing Procrastination
  • 10. 1) Calculate the Cost of Procrastination Failing to pack your lunch and buying cooked food will cost you more money
  • 11. Calculate how much money you would save for not taking a cab to school or work because you
  • 12. s 2) Jump-start yourself: Have a positive and enthusiastic attitude towards work. Think of the benefits of diligence and the consequences
  • 13. What is diligence? A diligent person does the best in everything he does paying attention to
  • 14. The Benefits of diligence a)You will be in places of influence and authority
  • 15. b) You will never lack
  • 16. 3) Motivate yourself with
  • 17. 4) or postpone reward until the task is completed
  • 18. 5) Follow the WIFO Principle (Worst In, First Out)
  • 19. Developing good work habits and time management practices is often a matter of developing proper attitudes toward work and time
  • 20. Seven Attitudes and Values To Be Developed Toward Work and Time
  • 21. 1) Developing or Discovering Your Life Mission Based On Your Abilities and
  • 22. What would you want to accomplish in life? Is it helping
  • 23. Making new
  • 24. Building the most modern buildings?
  • 25. Or baking the most beautiful cake?
  • 26. 2) Develop goals. Plan and write down how to reach
  • 27. Short Term Goals: Examples: a) Learn a foreign language
  • 28. b) Improve my writing, reading, speaking and listening skills in
  • 29. Long –Term Goals: Example:a) I will have my own car at the age of 25.
  • 30. b) I’ll have 500,000 baht in the bank at the age of 35
  • 31. c) I’ll have my own house by the age of 40
  • 32. 3) Develop a Strong Work EthicWork ethic is a set of values based on hard work and diligence. It is also a belief in the moral benefit of work and its ability to enhance character.
  • 33. 4) Value Good
  • 34. And Punctuality
  • 35. 5) Value Your Time, Don’t Waste it
  • 36. 6) Value Neatness, Orderliness
  • 37. 7) Value speed
  • 38. 8) Work smarter, not harder
  • 39. 9) Be Psychologically Self-employed
  • 40. The alarm clock should be your boss
  • 41. Your schedule of activities should be your boss
  • 42. 10) Find the Right Motivation For Work
  • 43. 11) Find Time to
  • 44. And Relax!
  • 45. How To Stop Wasting Time
  • 46. 1) Avoid Daydreaming
  • 47. 2) Prepare a Schedule of Your Activities
  • 48. 3) Don’t be a goof
  • 49. Goofing off is a slang term  for engaging in recreation or an idle pastime while obligations of work or society are
  • 50. 4) Don’t be a cyberloafer
  • 51. Cyberloafing is a term used to describe the actions of employees who use their Internet access at work for personal use while pretending to do legitimate work. 
  • 52. 5) Have an organized record of important names, places, bus numbers, phone numbers, addresses,etc.
  • 53. 6) Set a time limit for finishing tasks and projects
  • 54. Thank You! By Ruth L. Lepago Work Education Teacher Samsenwittayalai School Bangkok, Thailand