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Imagine a person that uses every second of every minute of

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Imagine a person that uses every second of every minute of every hour of every day of every week of every month of every year to work to the best of his/her ability, but he/she still seems to be too slow or to fall short of the supervisor's expectations. Does there exist a training of some kind that such a person can attend/take that would help him/her do his/her work "FASTER" and to still do the work diligently and correctly as well? Or do you have any strategies that you recommend? Some people have said that maybe that particular job is just not for that particular person. The only problem with that though is that when it comes to looking for a job, beggars can't be choosers. Thank you for your assistance.
There are some basic steps to take when working at your job to be a more productive employee as well as getting your assignments done on-time.

1. Assess everything that needs to be done before you begin any assignment. Give yourself ample time so that you can be sure that every detail is accomplished on-time and done accurately.

2. Make an outline before you start any assignment. On paper, you should have a checklist in mind and follow it in order. You don't want to repeat steps, duplicate the efforts of others, make mistakes or forget anything.

3. Learn to say no sometimes. Avoid over-scheduling yourself and be realistic about what you can accomplish in a single day or week.

4. Limit what you can do in a given day or week. Pick one thing to work on and do your best effort into that until it is accomplished right and on-time.

As for something to review for additional ideas to review to work faster and on-time, try reading articles written in the publication titled "Training":

http://www.trainingmag.com/content/training-productivity
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