I mean how many grandmothers can you really kill in a year? After nine or ten, doubts about the originality of your lie start to be questioned.
With this assignment, let me evaluate the problem. Why is it that I really do get late? Why is it that I cant be a slave to the hands of time? Deep down in my heart, I know it is not that disease that I ever so often get from my dog, so then what is it? Is it just that I am too much of a hippy, a free spirit to bind myself down to certain norms that are expected from you? No it is not that! (Allen 2003) I know for certain that at the end of the day I am usually asking myself this question that where did the day go by? Where do the entire 24 hours go really? So how do we get to the root of the problem? I have decided that the only way that one can get to the root of the problem is by tracing my every step of an average day and then calculating the time wasted (Messmer 2000). Therefore I have decided to make a minute to minute schedule of my entire day, for I think that this would give me a complete and precise analysis of where the day actually goes by. And let me warn you before hand, that the results were astounding.
Setting a personal time profile might just be the first step towards achieving what I believe is a success quotient. After this has been done, finding out the effects of this profile is even more important within the related constructs and settings. Discerning what schedule preferences best qualify for the profile are equally important as these dictate the ways and means under which success will be envisioned and eventually envisaged.
The schedule revealed that I usually wake up by 7:30 am, a full forty five minutes late than the time I have designated for my alarm clock to ring. This usually means that I exit the out of my house with an air of tantrum and rush, not even recalling half the things that I was suppose to take with me. This means for me that my day is covered with clouds of