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Making Every Moment In Life Count

November 17, 2016 Leave a comment

Need to squeeze more time out of each day? I’m going to get right to it…

If you’re like MOST people, you’re wasting the most precious and limited resource you have – your time. Every second the clock ticks away at another moment of your life, and that’s time that you will NEVER get back. You can’t save it, you can’t hoard it, you can’t stash it away to use another day. When it’s gone, it’s gone, and it’s the most valuable thing you’ve ever been given. Fortunately, with just a few simple techniques, you can mine more usable time from your existing supply, and I can show you how.

Watch the training video I did for the Royal Exchange Challenge Year-End 95 Days Challenge on “Making Every Moment in Life Count Time Management Challenge.” During this fun and interactive video training, you’ll learn… How to identify your high productivity and low-energy periods, and maximize both, Your Top 5 Major Time Wasters, and how to overcome them to get back on track, How to maximize your prime energy times to get the necessary things done and have time for the things you WANT to focus on, and The 3 key elements to effective time management.

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Simple Tips To Achieve Better Time Management

October 21, 2013 2 comments

Time Management

Better time management need not be elusive and can be as easy as following a few simple and basic steps. What you won’t find here is rocket science but techniques that you can apply and begin seeing results from.

You can start by evaluating what you currently do. If you’re not already writing down your time management goals for the day, then there’s mistake number one right there. Writing down your plans gives you a clear purpose and objective to achieve. If you don’t write them down it’s easy to lose track of the tasks you need to accomplish for the day getting you behind schedule. The act of writing your goals and putting pen to paper also makes it real and gives you a greater sense of accountability than if it were just an idea alone.

Keeping a clear and detailed journal or diary chronicling your progress will give you tangible evidence of what works and what doesn’t creating a continuing basis to improve upon. Since no system or method is flawless in itself, the maintenance of a journal allows you to re-evaluate your strategy until it’s perfect, or near enough. So it’s important to write it down.

Don’t rush. Trying to cram in as much as possible during a limited window of opportunity doesn’t get things done, in fact it tends to have the complete reverse effect. So, never try to rush through your tasks to completion throughout the day. This kind of strategy can backfire and leave you having to back-peddle and fix things you may have neglected by cutting corners.

A great way to get the most from your time is to trim your day of unnecessary steps. It’s incredible just how much time is wasted with unnecessary processes. If you want to achieve better time management you will need to eliminate any steps that are not critical to the completion of a task. These extra steps often add time to the clock and hinder your ability to be effective and efficient. So, if there are any steps that undermine your potential to achieve better time management, those steps have to go!

Avoid any temptation to overwork yourself. You may think that it earns you brownie points with yourself, colleagues or the boss, the fact remains that when you work for too long or too hard, all you really end up doing is overexerting yourself making you more unproductive. Taking a little rest break or day off now and then will lead to better results in the long-term. You need to recharge your batteries to stay at the top of your game and there’s nothing like coming back into a challenging situation or problem with a fresh pair of rested eyes.

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