My Work At Jared The Galleria Of Jewelry

Submitted By HeidiBukowski
Words: 477
Pages: 2

The downloadable calendar is wonderful in theory; however, I work at Jared the Galleria of Jewelry, which is open seven days a week. It only gives us our schedule six days ahead of time and asks us to import our requests for important days off into the computer forty-two days in advanced. My other job outside the home is to do the payroll, billing, and marketing for my better half’s company outfitting dental offices with computers, technology, and maintenance. My timeline for completing those tasks are predicated on his energy level and attitude. Those dates can barely be anticipated, let alone scheduled. The differences in my planned activities versus actual task competition was determined whole on how enjoyable the task sounded when read from my list. I have spent time finding ways to complete my weekly chores more efficiently, but have not used the extra time effectively. It is spent producing more complicated dinners, watching more television, socializing more often with friends, or searching the internet for bargains for hours. At work as a sales manager I would see a properly sales associate who is not meeting their potential; I would discern whether they had a problem with ignition or inertia. The last few weeks I have had issues with both, combined with trouble with the assignment format.
Working in multiple hour and a half to two hour sessions everyday seems to work better than one long uninterrupted unit. Sometimes that might mean that this night person will need to get up early for a power session before going in to work on days that I work late. Make sure my time for course work is as high a scheduled priority as going to work. Limiting social engagements to one a week or less. Block out extra time for unforeseen pandemonium.
Recognize what a gift this is to have this