The story of a day in the life of an unsuccessful office worker

8:52am My daily success plan

Planning is critical for success. 

Accordingly, I always follow a daily success plan. It’s a crucial element in maximizing my performance.  

With the early morning hassles now behind me, I now focus on today’s tasks.  

 

            Daily success plan 

Low Priority 

·        complete monthly profit and loss report for distribution to line management 

·        reconcile $63 million discrepancy in bank accounts and $38 million dollar discrepancy in inventory accounts (find out who’s stealing what) 

 

Necessary evil 

·        present Cost Analysis report at the Logistics meeting  at 8:30am 

·        meet with auditors at 3:30. 

·        explain to Department Head of Technology Solutions about loss of $5.9 million due to accounting error made by me. 

 

High Priority 

·        follow up small issues with customer accounts (chat up ladies from the credit department) 

·        relationship building task 1 (discuss the weekend’s football results with the guys) 

·        long lunch with Johno.  

·        surf the internet 

·        play a couple of games of Tetris 

·        catch up on last night’s sleep

Comments

  1. October 10th, 2007 | 10:17 pm

    You are to be congratulated. You have your priorities in order.

  2. October 11th, 2007 | 6:54 pm

    Good one Brad! Ha ha!

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