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3 Types Of Mistakes In Self-Regulating

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3 Types Of Mistakes In Self-Regulating
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Do you know three (3) types of mistakes in self-regulating? If you do not know, then you should read the following article.

Sometimes we often waste time by doing an activity that brings a little result or even zero positive results to our progress. When we do this, we are essentially wasting our lives and waste our potential. When this happens to you who are a leader then you are not hurt yourself then you have wasted the potential of your subordinates.

According to leadership experts Jhon C. Maxwell There are at least three (3) mistakes that make you unreliable in organizing yourself, as follow :

1. You Underestimate Your Self-Potential By Doing That Others Want

A poetry from Carl Sandburg says, "Time is the most valuable coin in your life". You and only you are the one who determines how the coin will be spent. Sometimes you are too busy doing something but it is not effective. You strive to meet the expectations of others and forget your talents.

As a leader you surely want to make a difference.

It can be realized only if you do it according to your talent. You should think that you can give a real contribution to the company with your unique talent. Remember, your time is limited so make the best of it. Don't let others influence you and force you to follow their expectations. That is the keyword if you want to be an effective leader.

2. You Destroy Your Effectiveness By Doing Things That Are Not Important

Have you ever heard a word like this, "I'm very busy ". The question is as busy as you are?

Henry David Thoreau, a writer of essay once wrote, "It's not enough to just be busy". Are all the work you do everything urgent and urgent? No?

One important thing you remember, don't just work hard but try working smartly. Make a priority scale on your tasks. You can start by writing the priority scale as follows:
  • Urgent task
  • Tasks are crucial
  • Important Tasks
  • Useful tasks
  • Tasks less important
After scaling the priority then you can start working on the task following the order. The task that should be done immediately is an urgent task and the last task you have to accomplish is an insignificant task.

You can divide and determine which tasks today should be resolved, which tasks tomorrow, the day, this week, next week and so on.

With that priority scale then you don't always have to be busy every day as if the task given to you should be solved today all. Tip-Test it you don't even have time to learn anything other.

3. You Reduce Your Potential By Doing Something Without Guidance Or Training

Robert Zemsky and Susan Shaman, two researchers from the University of Pensylvania USA have researched to 3,000 companies in America. As a result they found the fact that a 10% increase in capital expenditure was only able to boost productivity by 3.9%. On the other hand, the same increase in training costs by 10% can increase productivity by 8.5%.

From that data we can conclude that training can improve employee skills to make their productivity also increase. So, if you want to utilize your time as effectively as possible then you need to find people who can help you to improve your skills and your employees.

Remember one thing, do things without previous training and training just keep you from taking the potential inside you and the result? It is very easy to guess surely will not be maximized.

The Conclusion is :
Time is the most valuable coin in your life ". You and only you are the one who determines how the coin will be spent. Don't let someone else spend your coins.
The only worse one than training employees and losing them is not training and retaining them.

That's an article about 3 types of mistakes in self-regulating. Hopefully this article will be useful for all of you.

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