Working Smarter in Translation
Being productive and organized are keys to being a successful translator. Whether you have been working in your field for years or just starting out, learning to work smarter can be a very important part of your day.
With so much competition for jobs today, ensuring you are valuable to your team and company is a sure-fire way to make certain that your job is not in jeopardy. Learning to work smarter and faster can help you be a key player for your company.
So what does working smarter mean? What working smarter means is that you are organized, concise and not wasteful of your time or the time of others. The best way to achieve this in your day is to be clear on your goals and organized in working toward meeting deadlines and goals.
Taking a few minutes at the beginning of each day to review your tasks, deadlines, and to-do list can help you get a clear picture of what needs to be accomplished in your day. You will then want to prioritize your tasks and possibly write down your list so you don’t get side-tracked or off course during your day. Taking a few minutes in the morning can make your day run more smoothly and keep you contributing to the success of your company and ultimately your career.
-By Adriana Tassini
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