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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Cara Bagaimana Menikmati Liburan Tanpa Dibebani Pekerjaan Kantor!

Guys, saya akan jalan-jalan ke luar kota sama pacar saya mulai hari ini sampai Senin. Kemungkinan besar saya tidak akan posting artikel (berita/gambar/video) apapun dan saya harap Anda maklum ya untuk itu. sembahdoasengihnampakgigi Tapi kalau kita lagi santai saya bersama pacar saya akan menyempatkan diri untuk posting artikel ya. sengihnampakgigi

Anyway, gw mau share nih bagaimana sih menikmati liburan bersama istri/pacar Anda tercinta tanpa merasa dibebani pekerjaan kantor. Simak tips-nya dibawah ini dalam bahasa Inggris, enjoy guys:
  1. Review the outstanding business
    It takes about an hour a week (and, if I'm leaving town, away from my computer/office for more than 4-6 days, I usually plan about 3 hours for this) to review my outstanding business. Specifically, I review my "Sent Items" in e-mail, my "Waiting on" inventory of things that other people are doing for me, and my "Projects" list.

    I like to go through and scan the last 7-10 days of sent items in my e-mail. While I'm doing so, I will forward e-mails that are still outstanding, and delete e-mails I no longer need. This keeps me current in my agreements and waiting-for items, as well as manages the "size" of the overall e-mail system that I am keeping.

    I keep a separate waiting for lists of items I ask people by phone, in meetings or with a hand-written note. Of course, I look at this several times per week (like just before calling someone or meeting with them face to face). But, once per week, I really review. I'm looking for anything that I need to follow up on, or something that I need to "take back" because I feel that the owner of that piece is not going to follow up/follow through for me.

    This "objective" system makes it much easier to know how strictly I need to "watch" other people's agreements. If it's one thing I've learned over the years it is this: People tend to overcommit!

  2. Review my upcoming calendar
    I review the next 21-40 days on my calendar. I do this with a piece of paper nearby, as my calendar is a digital one (I've used all kinds of digital systems, one of my favorite is set up in the Outlook Dashboard view). I go day-by-day and look at any daily reminders as well as the timed appointments I've set up. I tend to use my calendar to only hold onto meetings and events (not a lot of To-Dos, those are over in my Tasks area of my own organizational system). When I come to something that reminds me of something else, I make a note of it on the paper. When I'm done reviewing the next month or so, I then use the paper to go back and add things to my calendar and my Task lists.

    It may seem like "double entry" to write it on paper, and then type it in the computer. Here's my experience: I want to stay "in the flow" of the calendar review. When I go from the calendar, to the task lists, and back to the calendar, I tend to distribute and tax my focus. I don't move as completely through the review, and on occasion I get so distracted by the growing task list that I stop doing the review altogether.

  3. Make a top 5 list
    In the days before I leave for vacation (and for the weekend, as I generally do my weekly debrief on Thursdays) I write a "Top 5" list. Of course, I've learned that I need to keep the top 5 to five items. I once worked with a client who had over 20 items on his top 5 list!

    These are the 5 things that must be addressed before I get away so I can get away! They might be people to talk to, projects to finish or goals to work toward.
Once those are done, I can walk out the door and feel guilt – and commitment – free.

Ya sudah ya guys, gw mau siap-siap packing nih trus pergi jemput pacarku tercinta. sengihnampakgigi

HAPPY HOLIDAY TO YOU TOO!!!



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