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Old 01-27-2013, 04:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Earl Hickey View Post
I decided the other day to use a stop watch to time any "time wasting" activities at work such as going to the bathroom, nipping to the store, using facebook etc.

4 hours.
when i begin a new project or new training I take it real seriously and don't play around at least until training/probation is done and I have fully mastered the new skills/tasks/etc.

But once I start doing the same exact pattern over and over again it probably takes me about 6 months to lose interest and thats when i really start wasting time like your threads asking and I'm online shopping, surfing the net, writing emails, etc probably from 25% to 50% of the time I should be working.

I think for me I have to be constantly doing new things or learning new things if not I lose interest fast and I get distracted at work.

I think thats why I take on new major projects every 3 years or so
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