Wednesday, December 13

15 Time Management Tips!

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Last week we had an article on how you can manage and achieve all that you aim for appropriately within a time framework. Here we give you 15 practical time management tips to help you get started…

1. Write things down
A common time management mistake is to try to use your memory to keep track of too many details leading to information overload. Using a to-do list to write things down is a great way to take control of your projects and tasks and keep you organized.

2. Prioritize your list
Prioritizing your to-do list helps you focus and spend more of your time on the things that really matter to you. Rate your tasks into categories using the ABCD prioritization system described in the time management course.

3. Plan your week
Spend some time at the beginning of each week to plan your schedule. Taking the extra time to do this will help increase your productivity and balance your important long-term projects with your more urgent tasks. All you need is fifteen to thirty minutes each week for your planning session.

4. Carry a notebook
You never know when you are going to have a great idea or brilliant insight. Carry a small notebook with you wherever you go so you can capture your thoughts. If you wait too long to write them down you could forget. Another option is to use a digital recorder.

5. Learn to say ‘no’
Many people become overloaded with too much work because they over commit; they say ‘yes’ when they really should be saying ‘no’. Learn to say ‘no’ to low priority requests and you will free up time to spend on things that are more important.

6. Think before acting
How many times have you said ‘yes’ to something you later regretted? Before committing to a new task, stop to think about it before you give your answer. This will prevent you from taking on too much work.

7. Continuously improve yourself
Make time in your schedule to learn new things and develop your natural talents and abilities. For example, you could take a class, attend a training program, or read a book. Continuously improving your knowledge and skills increases your marketability, can help boost your career, and is the most reliable path to financial independence. Read More…. http://www.nosweat.in/blog/15-time-management-tips

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