Developing good work habits by Ruth Lepago, Work Education Teacher

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Developing good work habits by Ruth Lepago, Work Education Teacher

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

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