"Don't rush...take your time to learn." said more than one of my colleagues.
Perhaps I have been urging myself to touch on many more tasks during the past 5 days into my job...
I believe I am a hearty person. At least that's what my friends and lecturers told me back in Uni. When it comes to work. Working your best is an understatement. To work out those extra miles would take you on further. The Best or Nothing.
On the other hand, "Accuracy" plays an important role in my job. For example, license registration plate, mileage, file numbers, check out/in dates etc are a wide and different form of information. To input and record them to the right documents and programmes require careful and clear measures. You wouldn't want your careless mistakes to come back to you later. When mistakes get back to you, it will delay the working process hence using extra time to finish the job. Therefore, reducing working efficiency and productivity.
'Accuracy' at work will be one of my motto from today. There will be no efficiency if you fail to have accuracy. So be accurate before 'rushing'(better not rushing all the time anyway)!
Thanks for Reading
Harry Chi Li