Time check or should I say date check? Today is Monday, October 20, 2014. Let me see if I am on track and able to keep up with all the tasks that are need to be done.
Last week, I wrote about all the things that I have to accomplish, I was feeling the stress and pressure and writing about it made me feel better. This week is the busiest week of my entire life to date. Tomorrow is the deadline for financial assistance application. This Saturday is our group report and our case is the most complicated to date, we are working our butt off and I really wish we can deliver an awesome presentation. This Sunday is my Civil Service Examination, I applied in July but it is only now that I am starting to review, I am now relying on my “stock knowledge”. Good luck on the math part of the exam. The deadline for financial report for the previous quarter is also this week. And everyday tons of papers works are being added to my work load.
So how do I get to accomplish and get a great result from all of this? I have a game plan and I hope it works, no, I am sure it will work. During office hours, I’ll focus on the paper works, I have to maximize time and make the most out of it. Go home early and review for Civil Service Exam at home. An hour will do, I have to focus on numerical reasoning. I have a class on Tuesday so I won’t be able to review on that day. During lunch break, I will work on my group’s case study. Good thing, we were able to meet after class last Saturday and started working on the case.
So will I be able to pull this off? Yes, I am confident I can, this is just a matter of determination, focus and time management. I promise for this week, no more One Piece manga reading binge (Luffy and the gang vs Eneru and his minions is just so exciting to read but I have to focus!), no more reading of any book, not even Zoro/Nami fan fiction, just the reviewers for the upcoming exam. I have to focus. I can’t afford to fail the exam nor the present a half-assed presentation
I can do this and the result will be great! May God continue to guide me.