Work Efficiency Improvement Technique Task Sequencing Principle

Time is a precious asset, because everyone is finite. And it is irreversible, once lost, it will never come back. If we want to increase the long-term time, we can be more self-disciplined, shut up and open our legs. If you want to increase the time per day, it is unlikely.

Some people sacrifice rest time, which seems to save time. But is this really the case?

Not necessarily, it may have wasted more time, such as ruining the body.

The time is limited. If we want to gain more wealth, we have to fight for efficiency and skill.

There are many aspects to improve work efficiency. Let’s talk about the sorting of work tasks today.

What is the job task? Work tasks refer to the work assigned to employees by the company according to its own needs. And it requires certain results, which are supervised by performance appraisal.

What are the misunderstandings?

Some people think that the task of work is the company oppressing themselves. In fact, work tasks are good for the company as well as for individuals. You have completed the task and are qualified for the task. Then you change the company, change the environment, you can still complete the task. Only then can you develop better if you have value.

Conversely, if you haven’t completed any tasks, other companies don’t know why they hire you, they don’t know why they train you and give you opportunities.

Some people feel that work tasks are never finished. Deal with the time limit, that is, deal with it when it is almost time. It’s like homework during the winter and summer vacations during the student period, which is usually not done. The holiday is almost over, crazy to make up.

The difference is that in winter and summer vacation homework, the teacher may not look at it. That is to say, the hidden opportunities are lost, such as the lack of improvement in their learning ability. The final completion of the work task not only lost the opportunity to improve work ability, but also lost the trust of the boss, and lost the opportunity for promotion and salary increase.

In short, random ordering of tasks and casual attitudes are all misunderstandings.

The thinker Goethe once said: Important things must not be compromised to insignificant things.

The ancient Roman writer Publius Sirus said: Doing two things at the same time will accomplish nothing.

They are not talking about work tasks, but the truth applies to work tasks.

That is, important things, the priority must be the highest. Never influence important things because of unimportant things.

The reason seems simple, and not many people understand it. Because many people put gaming and entertainment first, and put career and development behind. Isn’t this the important thing, give in to the unimportant thing? Therefore, this truth is not simple. If you really understand, you won’t make such a mistake.

Doing two things at the same time will accomplish nothing. What if there are a lot of work tasks? That is to do a bunch of things at the same time, the result is even more predictable.

From the above content, how to improve work efficiency? How does the sort work?

Mark Pincus, the founder of the American social gaming company Zynga, once put forward the principle of “first things first”. This principle explains to a large extent the way to improve work efficiency.

Each of us has limited energy. If you waste energy on some trivial things and do important things, you may not be able to lift the energy.

Therefore, the principle of ordering tasks must be “first things first.” Among your many tasks, choose the most important thing to complete first.

What are the common misunderstandings? A common misunderstanding is to give priority to urgent matters. That is to say, choose to do things according to the time limit.

Some things are important things, some things are urgent things, and some things are important and urgent things. If there is no distinction, the work efficiency is definitely low. Not only the work efficiency is low, the work results will not be too good.