Saturday, December 16

Time Managment

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Time Management

       Time management most often begins with setting goals.These goals are recorded and may be broken down into a project, an action plan, or a simple task list.Activities are then rated based on urgency and importance, priorities assigned, and deadlines set.This process results in a plan with a task list or calendar of activities.This entire process is supported by a skill set that should include personal motivation, delegation skills, organization tools, and crisis management.We’ll cover all this and more during this workshop.

Questions to Ask yourself First  :-

What are your biggest time wasters?       

What are you currently doing to manage your time?        

What could you be doing better?        

What you should Do :-         

Plan and prioritize each day’s activities in a more efficient, productive manner         

Overcome procrastination quickly and easily         

Handle crises effectively and quickly         

Organize your workspace and workflow to make better use of time         

Learn about the 10 laws of time management         

Delegate more efficiently         

Use rituals to make your life run smoother         

Plan meetings more appropriately and effectively

Whenever you are setting any Goal always remember the 3 P’s :- •    

  • POSITIVE    

  • PERSONAL    



SMART is a convenient acronym for the set of criteria that a goal must have in order for it to be realized by the goalachiever.        





Time Bound

Prioritizing Your Goal :- 

Achieving challenging goals requires a lot of mental energy.

  • Invest your mental focus on one goal, the most important goal right now.

  • Choose a goal that will have the greatest impact on your life compared to how long it will take to achieve. 

  • A large part of goal setting is not just identifying what you want, but also identifying what you must give up in your life in order to get it.


  •    Emotionalizing and visualizing your goal will help you create the desire to materialize it into your life. 

  •     One of the best visualization tools is a vision board.

  •    Create a list of the benefits you will see when you achieve your goal and concentrate on how that will make you feel.

The 80/20 Rule :-  

The 80/20 rule, also known as Pareto’s Principle, states that 80% of your results come from only 20% of your actions. 

  For most people, it really comes down to analyzing what you are spending your time on.

   Are you focusing in on the 20% of activities that produce 80% of the results in your life?


Ready! Do not over-plan each of your actions. By the time you fire, the target may have moved. •    

Aim! Make new plans based on new information. Readjust your aim based on where you hit the target. •     

Fire! Remember the 80/20 rule and just take action. Even if you don’t hit the bull’s eye, you’ll probably still hit the target.


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