Business 9, Lesson 55 – What Can I Cut Out of My Schedule to Improve Efficiency

This week I started reading Living the 80/20 Way by Richard Koch.  One of ways to “live the 80/20 way” is to cut out certain things from your week to increase productivity and efficiency.  In this essay, I am going to talk about what I can cut out of my schedule to improve my efficiency.

I already have a pretty busy schedule on the weekdays and I honestly think that I have cut out everything that would slow me down.  Which is why instead of cutting things from my schedule I would add and rearrange things.

My mornings are already filled and there is nothing I can cut to increase efficiency.  But in the afternoons, after I eat lunch, I could go nap for an hour before continuing with my school.  When I return to my work I will be refreshed and energized (theoretically).  At nights, after dinner, I could shower right away.  This way, my hair will dry before I need to go to bed and I will not have to push my bed time later because my hair is not dry.

As you can see, there is not much I can do to improve efficiency in my weekly routines.  I have already cut out everything that would slow me down or distract me.  I can only see moving my shower and adding a nap to improve my efficiency. 

Thanks for reading!

Author: sophiaelahirpc

Part-time 9th Grade student in the Ron Paul Curriculum. Full-time teen writer living in Singapore.

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