Time Management in the Army

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Not being at Specialist Hoblitzell’s door at exactly 2000 hours was a mistake in which this essay ensued. Therefore, I must correct the error in such this not possibly happen again. Such to be a single moment late invokes another task, of which to each be decided by Specialist Hoblitzell himself. Mere seconds count in the completion of the task, knowing at his door, every hour on the hour. The slipping seconds may transform into slipping minutes from the window of criticizable “Sanctuary.” Forward improvement is the key to everything, the key to unlocking better things in life. More time for relaxation, to be with family and handle and resolve any personal issues which may come forward. Timing is an important factor in everyday living, work, appointments, all things have a time, and a place to be, a right place and time. Being at the right time and place is paramount in any work system be it civilian, military, government or of anything else. If one is not at the right place at the right time, nothing can be done smoothly, everything becomes more complex. Any given task must have a timeframe, be it long or short, it must exist. Adhering to said timeframe to the greatest extent possible allows any given task to flow smoothly, and quickly. Despite the task given, to manage time effectively is to put forth positive progress. Such effort usually leads to reward, compliments and thanks. A deficient level of such effort would cause tasks to be more strenuous and take extended time and strain, separating one from their family for a longer period than necessary. Being at the appropriate place of duty at the correct time is a vital element of being a respectable soldier. Being at the right place at the right time is most important, reason being is to make certain orders are carried out and to ensure a steady flow. A soldier cannot exceed in the United States army if he or she is constantly late and at the wrong place. A soldier who truly wants...
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