Striving to Reclaim the Wasteland – Daily Quote

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I loathe having nothing constructive to do. Being productive, with nice neat lines of items to complete listed on my personal agenda is much nicer. I get a rush when I can cross them off, call them done and move forward. Time wasters include standing in line, driving in traffic or having to re-working projects because of miscommunication. They top my list of anger-inducing ineffective misuses of my life. I strive to avoid those situations. Where possible, I order online, shop during off-peak hours, align my route to combine errands, and document and ask extensive questions when beginning group activities.

Coworkers have admonished me to slow my pace, so they didn’t need to work harder. Managers have accused me of cheating or lying as no one could do the task in such a short timeframe. To keep a project on track, I sometimes resort to completing assignments delegated to specific team members. It doesn’t bother me much because it beats staring at the clock and waiting for the minutes to pass.

How do you handle unproductive time?

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Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

4 thoughts on “Striving to Reclaim the Wasteland – Daily Quote

  1. I agree, I hate to be bored, need to always be doing something and I am like you too, to keep a project on time, I will start to do someone’s work if I feel they will not get it done on time. This means we are GOAL ORIENTED!

    My Dad’s expression, “time waits for no man.

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