THE IMPORTANCE OF TIME MANAGEMENT AND DISCIPLINE
I am writing this essay due to the fact that I failed to show up on time to accountability formation at 0630 on 31July2012. I was informed the day prior of where my place of duty was and when I was suppose the be there. I knew that I had to be at troop no later than 0615 in summer IPFU for PT. I am aware that I agreed to the initial counseling that I was expected to be fifteen minutes prior to any formation. I failed the standards that were given to me by my first line. I am fully aware that time management is basic soldiering task. Failure of this basic soldiering task shows incompetence in discipline. This also shows to others in our troop that my leadership is not keeping accountability of their soldiers. This is not their fault, but mine. My lack of discipline shows weakness and our troop can only be as strong as our weakest link. Not to say that I am in anyways the weakest link of our troop but I showed weakness on 31July2012. As a Specialist I am expected to act like one. Being a Specialist has certain responsibilities and showing failure of a basic soldiering task is unacceptable. I am suppose to be the example for others lower enlisted to follow. If I am not consistently being that example for the new guys or even some the seasoned Private First Class’s in our platoon than I am not efficiently doing my job. I understand my task and will at all times show my peers and subordinates alike what the army standard is and how to execute vigilantly. So I will be writing about the two basic soldiering task that I faltered on. * Time Management
"Things that matter the most should never be at the mercy of thing that matter the least". We, as human beings, let this happen much too often. Many of us waste our time on things that are neither important nor necessary, instead of using that time for thing of that is significant. Time management is not only how to get more out of your time, but really...
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