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This assignment goal is to spend less time on a process that is performed daily. In addition, a suitable flowchart will be planned and designed. Process design factors will be discussed in addition to choosing one metric to measure the process. There are many thing in life that are done daily that we would love to spend less time doing. A flowchart is a helpful implement as it comes to evaluating and regulating time and work processes. So you will see the process in a form of a flowchart. The metric that will be used is time, from the minute when I wake up until the minute I walk out the door.
This processes usually take about three hours to do, between waking up, picking out my clothes, brushing my teeth, showering, drying my hair, getting dressed, making breakfast, eating breakfast, and leaving the house. I normally try to get up early so I can get myself together to start my day. I believe and know that there is a faster way to finish my daily tasks. From the time my alarm goes off until the minute I get out of bed is usually thirty minutes because I hit the snooze button about three times. Once I essentially drag myself out of bed, I start by picking out my outfit for the day, sometimes I pick them out quickly and sometimes it takes me up to a half hour. A few minutes is used for brushing my teeth. My shower usually takes me about twenty minutes. My hair is long so it takes me thirty minutes to dry my hair straight. Then I make breakfast and eat which in fact only takes me twenty minutes depending on what I make for breakfast. Then finally I am out the door.
I would like to cut down on time simply because I am wasting to much time and energy. I feel rushed by running around in the morning and I am getting tired before my day even starts. I tried for one week different processes and the greatest way to cut down on time was by first, picking out my clothes...
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