In the workplace, 90% of people leave the computer, and their brain is blank. This is very fatal and it is difficult to grow into a person who is in charge. In AAK Hydraulic Valve, if colleagues are in such a state, they need to be criticized. Some people are very curious about how my brain can hold so many things.
I have been working for 24 years, and 3 working habits have always been with me. As long as you persist in doing so, your brain can also search or screen at will like a computer. Whether you are an industrial product manufacturer such as hydraulic valves or a non manufacturing enterprise, it can be used.
The first habit is punctuality, and we should respect time.
I don't like waiting for others, so I made up my mind not to let others wait for me. Even if there is an emergency, don't let people wait too long. For example, when I make an appointment to meet at 8:00, my instruction to the brain is to meet at 7:50.
I don't like to be late. When I first joined the work, the company stipulated that I should go to work at 8:30. At this time, there are a circle of people around the punch card. Some of them are still sweating. I don't understand. I set myself a working time of 8:10, which means I have 20 minutes of leisure. I spent 15 minutes to review yesterday's events and 5 minutes to sort today's events.
I have a regular schedule every day, such as what time to get up in the morning and what to do at what time to avoid the first thing delaying the second thing and the second thing delaying the third thing.
The second habit is taking notes. I will write down what I learned today and what I gained.
A bad pen is better than a good memory. You can't remember it with your brain alone. People remember more than you do. That's because they use more pens than you do. For example, when we do hydraulic valve design or programming, we often need to learn some tools or methods, relevant books or documents, which are unified in a fixed folder, and summarize the basic points of the tools or methods. For example, I need to file on the same day how to solve the difficult problems of the hydraulic valves raised by the customers or the hidden quality problems of the hydraulic valves in the workshop. Otherwise, I will basically forget about them next time.
I insist on taking notes. There are already 6 thick books. I write on them what problems I have encountered one day, one month, one year, how I did the first step, the second step and the third step, and my experience. In my spare time, I'll look through it. Some can be extended.
The third habit is to make a weekly list. If necessary, the four quadrant rule of time management shall be followed.
Every Monday morning, I arrive at the company half an hour earlier than usual. I will write down what I want to do this week, make a list and make a priority. At the same time, I will also make a summary of the previous week to see what progress was not completed and analyze the reasons.
Those engaged in the production of hydraulic valves should not grasp everything at once. When arranging things, they must give priority. If there are 7 things to be done in a week, but only 4 things have been completed in the end, but if these 4 things are the most important things, it may be OK. If only 4 pieces are completed randomly, the effect is very general. How to focus on the most important things is also a required course.
Good habits, good behavior, good results. In particular, AAK hydraulic valves are faced with customers who pay attention to quality and cannot be careless.
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