Inspirations

Hello November

Posting this, I have #58 days left until 2020

It’s been a while since my updated blog post, but hey, there are many things that I wanted to say but never did… will save other thoughts in my next blog post.

My vacation leave will be over soon and I will be back to my regular public servant life in the office.

Planning to make a Plan

Clear your Mind

Planning things need a fresh mind to create visual representation of what do you want to happen. Thinking straight ahead towards your goal is not that easy. So how do I get started? Try asking yourself the following questions:

  • What do you want to happen?

I want to get information systems in-placed in the workplace by customizing the policy and procedures. Also, I want a paperless environment to work efficiently after completion of my proposed project phase 1 .

  • What is the purpose why you need to do it?

To promote green workplace where the institution increase the efficiency of service while minimize the expenses of using bulk of paper in the workplace.

  • What is your goal?

To create paperless working environment with easy retrieval of information and access to common data.

  • How about your personal interest?

Honestly no personal interest involve because all I want is to help people do their job efficiently.

  • How those things will benefit you as a person?

It will help me in my professional development and practice all the theories I’ve learned during my graduate studies.

  • How this project will benefit your proponent?

It will make their work efficient and faster.

Let’s make a change: 2019

As far as I remember, this post was created on January 2, 2019. And yet, I haven’t started anything concrete on what to share with you, anything inspirational and lessons in life to take note, maybe. As of today, March 28, I still find myself incomplete in processing my timeline for this year.

Work from home increases productivity – freelancer

My personal review for the first quarter of my life story: my life is really changing. I am not sure if it has something to do with the year of the pig because that’s my chinese zodiac sign. Truly a pig in nature, I am too lazy to move but very hard working when I am in my best mood.

I’ve got promoted!

Believe me, it has nothing to do being born in the year of the pig. I decided to change my career path way back 2017, the application process was very slow and the administration can’t decide whether to start the employment test and the interview. It was only last January 2019, they conducted the employment examination! Can you imagine, if you are in my shoes waiting patiently to get called for an exam or interview, will you give up easily? Well, I tried my luck and then moved forward to the panel interview and the final interview with the university president conducted last February 2019. Pushing my luck to move out of my teaching career, they have released the result on the first week of March! I’ve got promoted and transfered to administrative office work! Unfortunately, the banning period of the election hold me to my current position as college instructor. Luckily, I still get a chance to enjoy my summer leave for two consecutive months. But that is not what should be happening, I need to start the information systems in preparation for my new position on June 2019.

Getting the Timeline

To make everything happen as scheduled, creating timeline is quiet challenging. You have to consider all the aspects in your life such as your family, personal interest and career goals. To give you a brief idea of what’s my next post all about, I will show you how I make my personal timeline. That will give you some tips on how to plan and make it happen.