Every time after the end of the work day, many people begin to understand that not all tasks were successfully completed, and each time they give their word that tomorrow everything will be different. They promise themselves that they will enthusiastically take action, and they will not waste any time in vain, and mentally they are building grandiose plans for the effective use of their working time.
- Tomorrow! I'll do it tomorrow! - they consoled themselves, hastily leaving the workplace.
But the morning is even wiser than the evening, and what seemed like a catastrophe in the evening - is dissipated in the morning like smoke! Tomorrow comes, and many are in captivity of the established stereotype. And again, by the end of the working day, there are shortcomings.
- In the end, - we are not robots! - they justify themselves, although they perfectly understand that their "tails" will have to be finished by themselves, and the length of these "tails" slowly but steadily grows. And there comes a time when many have to linger in the workplace, so that the "tail" stops pulling and braking. Remain with the firm intention that this is the last time, and tomorrow everything will be different.
- Tomorrow, tomorrow! - they swear to themselves.
But tomorrow comes, the lilac fog of data to itself at the end of the working day of promises is dispelled, and, satisfied that there are no "tails", many are relaxing, and the habitual stereotype again drags them into its abyss!
Of course - we are not robots, which no human factors distract from work tasks. Robots do not experience stress, they do not follow their feelings and emotions in their behavior; they do not require an individual approach; they do not have high demands and ambitions; they do not dream of raising wages, buying a foreign car, or relaxing on the Cote d'Azur. Robots are not susceptible to the "postponing" syndrome, they do not experience chronic fatigue and are not subject to the syndrome of professional burnout. They work according to the set program and use their working time very, very effectively: without smoke breaks and coffee breaks, without the desire to look at social networks for a minute and "one eye". They do not visit entertainment portals and do not rush to respond to a friend's written message. All the robots programmed for work are fully dedicated to accomplishing the tasks assigned to them.
The economic efficiency of a unit of their working time is very high!
These are the perfect performers!
But people, unlike robots, are not only living, emotional and experiencing natural fatigue, which requires a break in work and rest, but also creatures creative, creatures thinking!
And if for the robots that are configured to perform the same specialized task the same for all the program, specialists develop it from the outside and bring it into the "brain center" of the machine, then the thinking person is quite capable of creating his own personal program, which differs significantly from the general impersonal program programs for robots, taking into account:
- your working rhythm - quickly or slowly it works,
- at what time it is most productive - at the beginning of the working day or in the afternoon,
- what time it is able to work with maximum load without experiencing fatigue,
- your active breaks in the work to restore the energy costs of the brain, how much time he needs to rest,
- after what time his brain can spontaneously turn off, including the mechanism of instinctive protection against fatigue,
- Your way of recovering health,
- your ways of relieving stress and stress.
A person is able to adjust himself to a clear execution of this program, constantly keeping it with the help of self-monitoring in the active state. Of course, this requires a strong desire, that is, a motive, and willpower.