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I work well under time constraints. Compressed timelines allow themes to emerge and iteration builds perfection over time.
I'm a Toronto based freelance writer/ blogger, that specializes in writing web and blog content for companies and online news outlets. Currently, I'm working towards an Editing Certification part-time at George Brown College.
My father taught me this saying: "the key to eating an elephant is eating it one bite at a time." That's how I often approach deadlines. One bite at a time...
HR and Recruiting Professional. Purdue Alumni. Love hiking, biking, SUP, music, books, yoga, family, good coffee, great wine, & my pup.
Always a plan to reaching the deadline!
Deadlines aide in the ability to prioritize the work flow. For me, it drives the organization, goals, and outcomes of my day.
simply by not thinking of it.. work finishes with the pace u set it in from the beginning.. deadline's job is to set the pace. Delivery will follow on time..
Constant fear of Deadline will only make the work look like (the pic) ---->
User Experience designer, SEO professional, web developer and father of twins.
It's all about breaking the tasks into small bits, lining them up, and crushing them methodically.
Student living in Italy. Author for tuttoxandroid.com Have a passion for: Android; technology; geek tv series (Doctor Who, Game of Thrones and many others); occasionally reader of books. I love to try everything.
I do everything to anticipate them, but when that it's not possible I drink a coffe and switch the turbo on to give more than 100% to finish the job in time.
Head of Product at Ormsby Street, having been delivering projects and managing clients since 2000, and now I try to do it whilst being a father to 5 girls
I put time aside early to break the back of the work, then I leave it alone for a while to let it settle in my mind, before coming back to it and refining. Makes me feel less pressure, and gives me flexibility to adjust as situations change.
I count back by double the amount of time I think it will take to do it and use that as my personal deadline. I get the job done with plenty of time to spare if it needs to be completely re-done.
Scot in Helsinki. Listening to music like a teenager. Eating more than you might think looking at me. Growth hacking. Wearing a lot of purple this season, mostly by accident. Realising you have a distinct literary voice is a weird thing.
Author of WITHOUT BLOODSHED and SILENT CLARION. I blog at matthewgraybosch.com, starbreakerseries.com, and theblacksword.org. Also a developer at TEKsystems. I do .NET and SQL, run Linux at home, and dabble in Ruby. I build my sites with #Jekyll.
All deadlines are arbitrary, including the ones I set for myself. I try not to take any of them too seriously, but if I can't meet a deadline chances are I warned you about it at least a couple weeks ahead of time, and explained my reasons.
I'm pretty good about working to deadlines. I try to be up on the work with long ones so that I can deal with last minute rush-jobs. Otherwise you're always at the mercy of the deadline.
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