Find the time for all the things you want and need to get accomplished.
July 21, 2014 | Posted in Tuesdays With Transitions | Be the first one to comment
Time management is defined as a way to find the time for all the things you want and need to get accomplished. It helps you decide which things will get done now and which tasks can wait. Learning how to manage your time, activities, and commitments is prioritization; making the habit to focus on the most relevant and important things first.
A common time management trap many people fall into is getting to the end of the day and not knowing where the time went. They overestimate the amount of time they have available OR underestimate the amount of time each activity takes to complete and become overcommitted.
An effective way to organize the to-do list of many things that must be accomplished in a day is to analyze our tasks, map out a plan to complete projects with timeframes and, then, analyze what are the URGENT activities or tasks that demand immediate attention today and are related to deadlines in the moment.