What I mean with 1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’ (Dutch), 2 and 3 is no more or less than the following 1, 2 and 3 you decide upon at the start of each workday:
And no, reading your e-mails isn’t a 2 or 3, because no matter what, you will do that J today! Thereby, when you (1.) keep up with your core task every workday, your inbox takes less time.
Keep up/‘BIJ zijn’ is your ticket to get in charge of your work (again).
After ‘1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’ - reviewing all new or modified data since the previous workday, returning your feedback where needed’, you can decide upon 2 en 3 yourself. What would help most today, what needs to be done or started first, what do you want to improve?
Tip: decide upon your 2 and 3 before opening your inbox!
1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’, 2 and 3 for your workday; you can decide them yourself when you keep up. Decide to attend, start, do or finish important things helping you do a good job and make progress. No matter if that means setting up a new database, reviewing a plan or report, joining the scheduled meeting or adjust a template together with your quality assurance colleague. Through keeping up/’BIJ zijn’ you best ‘know’ how to - and can - make the most of your day at work.
One more thing; 3 things a workday is enough. 3 checks (✔✔✔) for the actions taken is success. You did a good job. Done your work today!
And yes of course, when you’ve finished 1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’, 2 and 3 you’re welcome to do 4, 5, 6 and more! If you feel like it J!
In fact, the more you own and do this 1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’, 2 and 3 start for your work, the more time you will have left to do a 4, 5 and more. However, keep in mind that 1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’, 2 and 3 is success already. Is enough already.
By deciding upon your 1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’, 2 and 3 start for your workday, you build yourself a great career!
Good luck and have fun taking care of your 1. Keep up/’BIJ zijn’, 2 and 3!
Met vriendelijke groet / Kind regards,
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