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04 January 2009

Deadlines do not scare me

Deadlines do not scare me. I let go of worry and concentrate on getting things done

I am relaxed when faced with deadlines because I plan ahead and break my task into manageable pieces. I know that procrastination only makes things more difficult for me, so I start on a project as early as I can in order to ease the pressure as the deadline approaches.

I let go of the idea that things will just come together and instead take the time to make solid plans. I decide early if I'm going to need more supplies, more research, or more help. This way I have the time to find just what I need in a relaxed and thoughtful manner.

I organize my steps, dividing the task into pieces that I know I can handle. I am far more productive when I choose to do a little bit every day, than if I save it all for a last minute crunch.

I know when to delegate and have people lined up who can help me if, despite my best efforts, I find myself in a bind near the end of a project. Because I have taken the time to help them when they were the ones in need, I know I will be able to count on them to help me.

I am proactive. By approaching each project with care and thoughtfulness, I am confident that I will be able to reach full completion without undue worry.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Am I proactive or reactive when faced with a deadline?
2. Do I give myself time to deal with unexpected issues that might arise?
3. Have I fostered a team mentality by my own willingness to help others so I can get help when I need it?
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In Section: Personal reflection - This article belongs to category: Exercises

I am a problem solver

I find solutions to whatever predicament comes my way.

I love the challenge of solving a problem! I use my creativity and my ingenuity to look a problem in the eye until I come up with a solution. I take my time to discover all angles, then I apply different ideas until the solution comes to me.

When I solve one problem, I gain more confidence in my problem-solving abilities.

I am able to feel confident because I do not hold preconceived expectations of myself or my dilemma. Instead, I fully embrace the situation at hand.

I am able to look at a problem, mull it over in my head for a while, and apply different solutions until it is solved.

It is not a part of my thought process that I will be unable to solve a problem. With persistence and careful thought I can solve anything that comes my way.

Today I will look a problem over and I will use my intelligence, creativity, and determination to find a solution. I enjoy solving problems – it challenges me and gives me great confidence.

Self-Reflection Questions:


1.    How do I look at a problem that needs to be solved?
2.    What process do I take to solve a problem?
3.    How do I feel when I have solved a rather complex problem?

 

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