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15 Habits to Make Your Life Easier at Work

Posted on: November 12, 2014

Learning from my own experiences, I’ve noted down 15 things which have significantly helped me to get things done at work. If it works for me, who knows it will work for you too?

  1. Tell people exactly how you feel. Put on that grumpy face or saying “I’m pissed” will never work to make people understand what they did wrong;
  2. Use “we” instead of “I”;
  3. Ask one same question to more than one people to get complete pictures accurately. But of course, make sure you don’t get caught, hehehehe;
  4. Asking is always better than assuming;
  5. Teach your team, make them as knowledgeable as you. The smarter they are, the more they’re capable to help you out;
  6. Learn to delegate to your team. Doing stuffs alone will only make you get overwhelmed;
  7. If your team makes mistakes, teach them how to do it right instead of correcting the mistakes on your own. They will never learn and it will only put more burdens on your shoulders;
  8. Be brave enough to say ‘yes’ and ‘no’
  9. Reduce manual work. Spend some times to do research about how to apply technology into your works;
  10. Manage your files (both of softcopy and hardcopy) properly so that you won’t spend too much times searching for your old files;
  11. Take a note, write down every knowledge you’ve just earned at work;
  12. Reread your e-mails before you send it out as well as rethink your words before you speak it up;
  13. Read carefully and reply your e-mails as soon as possible;
  14. Put off the fire when it’s still small. It’s much easier to solve small problems rather than waiting until it gets bigger; and
  15. As long as it’s not an urgent matter, try to finish one task before you jump to another one.
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We can’t control whatever life throws at us, but we definitely can control our reaction toward anything that can possibly happen to us.
It’s our decision whether or not we set ourselves free from miseries.
It’s our action that makes our life either colorful or plain boring.
It’s our behavior that leads us to feel merry or lonely.
And it’s certainly our own choices that bring us happiness in life.
Life is too short to be lonely, unhappy, and to be less proud of who we are.
Make the most of every day in your life, be happy with the little and the big things, make your life not only worth living, but also worth to celebrate!
You tell this to yourself, “Happiness starts now!” I’ve been working as a pre-wedding conceptor in past couple of months and I really enjoy seeing how two people so much in love with each other.
With that being said, instead of rushing myself to my own wedding, I’d rather tell myself to take my time. I want my wedding to be a lifetime event, I want this to be something worth fighting for, and for that, I need the right man who also shares the same wishes as mine.
I still have to find someone who clearly tells me what he wants, the one who never makes me have to wonder where he stands, the one who will certainly catch me when I fall. And maybe, it takes times until I find him. But that’s okay! Good things take times, do they? Either you are my friend, enemy, or just somebody I know. The choice is yours.

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