November 10, 2011

I haven't stopped Thinking! How i can i reflect on my thinking process!

I recall when i listed down the "to-do list" before this week commenced.

1. PMI E-learning.
2. PUISS hard copy notes
4. PUISS Presentation
5. Blogging/ reflective thinking
6. Job Applications

i was trying to be soo over-effective at that time of making a time table for myself that i even included the following.

1. Skype with family/friends/fiancee (15min)
2. Walking to and fro, university (30-36min)
3. Food! (30-45min)
4. Grocery shopping (15-20min) once a week
5. the 3 S's of everyday morning (Shit, Shower and shave)
6. Sleep (6-7 hrs)
7. Dexter (51min) once a week

It all seemed to go in correct order but life is as they all say, Full of surprises!!!

Today was a wonderful day for me, when i checked my mails before leaving for the presentation session today, i saw a mail for the FACS module, pre-work of not more than 2 days (now did that mean 48 hours only!!!) and an e-test on Monday morning, the 21st!

Oh wait a minute, what about the finishing the PMI e-learning by monday morning!
and also going throught he testimonials!
and i totally forgot! the hard copy notes for PUISS!

i explicitly remember telling mimi that i hardly get time to reflect upon my thinking these days as i am too pre-occupied with thinking in order to complete these things.
This is in no way a hint towards the teaching methods, i am sure that such a schedule shall remain for the duration of this course and it will be a time where time management will play a great role.
Managing different things at the same time is a wonderful method of knowing the possibilities and extent of one's multi tasking traits and the amount of pressure one can take. Afterall, this is a safe environment where we are meant to make mistakes in order to learn from them.

SO, without any sympathetic vote towards myself and others, Cheers to all who are looking up at the good side of things which are to come!
after all, we are not alone in this!!!

Abdul Out.

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  1. I like your fifth 3S Shit, Shower and shave point :D :D !! For me it´s the same, last couple of days there´so little time to do everything you wanted to do during 24 hour period. I wish days would have 48 hours, or people woudln´t have to sleep. :)

    11 Nov 2011, 00:21

  2. Ilektra-maria Kaldi

    I think that almost everyone who attends the MBE course wishes that days have more than 24h, as we have so many things that must be done! That’s why time-management is so vital in this course. But, I suppose that we all try to do our best and be committed to this learning environment. We all hide inside us a little Napoleon!

    And don’t forget…Christmas is not that far…!

    12 Nov 2011, 14:56

  3. Pauline Mmbaga

    Very Interesting I must say!I personally struggle to find time to reflect because I am constantly worried about getting something else done.But I like the concept of taking time to reflect,helps me feel grounded.

    15 Nov 2011, 22:30

  4. Oritseweyinmi Barber

    I am starting to realize that prioritising is key. Like Rasmus said in his blog, some things are urgent but untimately not important, others are very important but may not be immediately urgent. It’s important to keep the important things in focus, ocassionally, is okay to let the not so important things wait just a bit longer, even if they do feel immediately pressing.

    16 Nov 2011, 07:20

  5. Abdul Iqbal

    thank you soo much all of you…

    this is really helping me

    16 Nov 2011, 11:48

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