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ENTREPRENEUR DEPARTMENT INTERNSHIP TECHCOMBANK-DA NANG, VIET NAM JOURNAL 3 Binh Le July 1, 2010 PROFESSOR: DONALD KOPKA BUSX 460 – SUMMER 2010 TOWSON UNIVERSITY
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Habit 3: Put First Thing First Covey’s Third Habit is “Put First Things First” and addresses time management. This habit challenges me a lot as an internship for this summer. It is important to know how to prioritize daily and weekly activities. Moreover, it is essential that you distinguish between important activities and urgent activities. As the time doing internship, I recognize that the ability to manage your time is a great skill you need to have to balance your work in the case you have to much work to do . In this week, while I was scanning to record the documents for Credit Department, I was assigned to do another work for International Settlement Office. Then I decided to complete the work for settlement office because the document needed to transfer to the Vietnam’s Central Bank in the end of the day for L/C process. I also completed the other work in the same working day. To manage my time effectively, I usually check my daily or weekly calendar. By organizing and managing time, I know what I may have previously made and evaluate their importance in the context of my goals, transferring those I decide to keep to my schedule and making plans to reschedule or cancel others. However, I need to learn and train myself in this habit more because sometimes I did not follow well what I have to do. I realize that it is all right to say no when necessary and then focus on your highest
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