"There just is not enough time in the day"
Why is it only some people can manage to find time to workout, read, cook, clean, study, work, meditate, spend time with family , social media, and sleep in a single day. Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day, right? Organization and prioritization are the key to time management. Check out these 5 tips below to get you on the route to accomplish your goals.
Time Management Tips
1. Make and keep a list of all your current, upcoming, and routine goals. Know what needs to be done daily, weekly, and monthly.
2. Rank your goals according to importance. Not all goals are of equal importance. Given the limitations on your time, you want to make sure you give highest priority to the most important goals. 3. List the activities/tasks necessary to achieve your goals. What specific actions do you need to take to achieve your goals? I recommend crossing things off the list as you accomplish them to add a little umph to your motivation. (That warm " 'atta boy" or "Yessssssir" or "period poo" or "yessss honey" whatever "great job" you choose to reward yourself with goes a long way).
4.Schedule your activities/tasks according to the priorities you’ve set. Prepare a daily plan. Every morning, or at the end of the previous workday, make a list of the five or so most important things you want to do for the day. Then set priorities for the activities listed on the basis of importance and urgency.
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Keep in Mind:
1. You MUST be realistic about what you can achieve in a given time period.
2. Realize that priorities may change as your day or week proceeds. New information may change a task’s importance or urgency. As you get new information, reassess your list of priorities and respond accordingly.
3. Remember that your goal is to manage getting your work done as efficiently and effectively as you can. It’s not to become an expert at creating to-do lists. Find what works best for you and use it!