I will now share with you an example of my daily productivity summary so that you may better understand my accomplishments and struggles
The South Bend Tribune’s daily planner emails are silly, amateurish flapdoode compared to the rigorous memo-based system I implemented as a 5-year-old to measure my own productivity. As a pioneering toddler proponent of introducing lean systems concepts such as Takt Time and One Piece Flow into the kindergarten classroom, I have prepared daily personal productivity memos seven days a week for more than 25 years.
These memos, composed with an antique fountain pen in impeccable, flowing calligraphy, are to this day delivered to every member, both living and deceased, of my immediate and extended family, every school teacher and university professor I have ever met, every boss, manager, and assistant manager I have ever worked for, and at least one secure document repository on every continent save Antarctica.
As I believe in giving back to the community and reaching out to the children who don’t have a fighting chance, I will now share with you a recent report so that you can elevate your level of planning while simultaneously capitalizing on the bigger goal of communication, vis-à-vis your part in doing your part to maximize the system of determining efficient workload distribution. I like to write a single, unbroken paragraph full of unpredictably employed punctuation: (more…)