Baptism by Fire Calls For a Need to Work Smarter

It’s been awhile since my last post. The last few months had felt like baptism by fire.  The forever increasing task and project list at work, more deadlines, new developments that call for changes in processes.  It’s never ending.

I needed to take some time off the fast rail and to regroup, to think of ways to work smarter.

This pain of being overwhelmed calls for tools and processes to make work more manageable.  I’ve been experimenting with some of these tools, a few of which I had previously identified but it was only through this experience that I recognize the full benefits of combining them into a cohesive system.  I finally realize that when integrated into a system, these tools and processes make me feel like a rock star since I can recall key information faster, think clearly, access what I need, and work with focus.  I am excited to discuss some of these tools and processes in the next few blogs.

All in all, the entire experience had been transcending.  This weekend was the first weekend that I enjoy doing work on the weekend.  I know I promised myself to strive for  work life balance.  But because work had become easier to do work, it also became enjoyable.  It’s been awhile since I feel that way.  🙂

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