There will always be more duties to complete in a day than there are hours in which to complete them, or so it appears. It is a valuable resource, and it’s all too easy for time to rule you instead of the other way around.
Setting Task Reminders.
Knowing your deadlines and setting reminders are essential for successful time management. Set a reminder 15 minutes before a meeting or function to provide time to prepare and gather your belongings.
Limit Each Task by Time.
Write down how long you believe each item will take you on your daily to-do list. If you don’t finish in the allowed time, quit and come back to it later. Moving on to other duties and then returning provides your mind a fresh start and a different viewpoint.
Put an End to Distractions.
First and foremost, disable your email alerts. Instead of checking your email every 15 minutes, set 30-minute blocks to check it every couple of hours. Make sure you’re not distracted by non-work items like your phone, social media, or your favorite online store.
You’ll be more focused and get more done in less time if you’re clear about what’s on your plate. A regular practice of prioritizing activities and organizing them in a way that saves time while accomplishing more is required for good time management. Try out the aforementioned tactics for a few weeks to see whether they work. You might be amazed at how much more time appears to be available to you.
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