Time Management Tips
Time. there seems at times to be so little of it. Organization, schedules, email, news stories, voice-mail, and so much more clouds our daily lives. With this ebook with more than 50 ways to handle daily tasks, you will find some things that you already use. But, you will also be exposed to things you may not have thought of as possibilities.
Samples of items in this publication include:
1. Identify the activities in your day that are time-stealers.
Keep track of how much time you spend reading emails, browsing the web
and chatting on the telephone because these are some of the most well
known time-stealers. After you track the time that you spend on these
activities, it is likely that you will automatically start to decrease
your time-stealing activities.
2. Start by setting achievable goals.
Even the smallest goals can put you on the track to better time
management skills. Set a small goal, like not reading personal emails
during work hours for a week or filing your mail the day it comes in
instead of letting it pile up. Once you''ve achieved this small goal,
move on to something bigger. Before you know it your time management
issues will be a thing of the past.
3. Set up a plan for time management.
Why? Well, quite simply your efforts to better manage your time will
not be noticeable until you start keeping track of the progress that you
are making. Create a simple chart and put it on your desk or
refrigerator - somewhere where you''ll see it every day - then fill out
what you plan to do and when you did it. This will help you see at a
glance what needs to be done and as you complete items you''ll feel a
sense of accomplishment.
4. Find a time management system that works for you.
Some sort of time management tool is crucial for making your time
management goals a reality. Whether it''s a computer program, a PDA, a
wall calendar, a desk calendar, or something else, the key is to find
something you like and use it. But be sure to keep only one. Having
different systems for work and home only leads to confusion.
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