Wednesday, December 20, 2017

How Do I Catch Up On Work, I am Behind On?

         So how do I catch up on work that I fall behind? Well first of all I make a list with the most important thing at the top of my list to the least most important and I go from there.  I mean it is hard enough to keep up with the work load and I find making a list with the most important to the least important and I find it easy to work with. Now how do I make the list, what do I put this list on? Well first of all I have my black folder book with the pad of paper in it and I use the note pad I have in the book and write them 1 at a time. Sometimes I don't always use the book but majority of the time I do. Right now I can say I am not using it, I resorted to not using it however in the next paragraph I will tell you what I am currently using to help me out.

               What I am using and it is quite good to use. Since Windows 7 came out the app with the sticky notes, I started to utilize since I was in college back in 2010 so I started writing down what is the most important thing to get done to the least important and if I had like due dates or in this case with Chris B On The Web the date I need it done and right now I COULD use this technique or both what I said above as right now I am complete chaos with my work load with planning the preview for Amazing Race and prepping for Survivor and now the announced Big Brother Canada, so I think I am going to start utilizing this right away this way I know what needs to be done. 

                So I highly recommend this techniques as it has helped me in the past and it sure does make life so much easier to manage life and to get things done when they are set to be done, especially when you have to get it done for the specific time like I go through on a regular basis. If you do not use this technique then you are destine to fall behind on things just like I am right now, so I highly recommend this technique and let me know if this works for you or what you use to help you stand on track!


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