Valuable tips for managing time and winning life

Have you ever felt that there are not sufficient hours in the day, or are you deterred about the tasks you handle? If you have, this article can help you. Clarify your goals and strategies. Be very clear about your goals and aspirations in the short and long term. Write them down. Once you know what you want to achieve (and why) it is easier to make decisions about what to do and focus on your priorities in planning accordingly. You will be more proud active valuable profitable if you identify and focus on the most important areas of your business. Work on the principles first. The Latin word ‘principle’ means foundation – so take action, build strong foundations, the rest must be followed.

Scheduled time. Write an appointment in your work planner to set aside realistic time for your priority actions (do you have one or not?). This reduces the anxiety of not having enough time and keeps you focused.

Say no! Consider Jim Ron’s proposal. “Learn to say no. Do not let your mouth get too heavy on your back. “Always check your schedule before doing anything new. Do not allow others to distract you from your goals.
Build support systems. This includes systems for filing, management information and communication.
Check the reality. Does your current activity have a positive effect, or do you do it to prevent something else? Ask yourself – will do this leads me to my goal? As Peter F. Drucker observed, “There is nothing more futile than doing what should never be done.”
When you think you can do it faster and better, you are tempted to do something yourself. But consider the long-term lean – now delegates will save time in the future, and if done properly can motivate your staff, boost their confidence and help them develop their skills.
Repeat for your success. Remember the last time you went on vacation, how did you do so much in those few days before you left? What are those strategies and techniques that you are so effective and focused on? Can you repeat them? Alternatively, imagine that you are going tomorrow, and work today accordingly.
Balance your life. Schedule personal activities regularly so you can set aside time for family, friends, your health and recreation. Because living a balanced life reduces stress and increases energy levels. Time management is really about life management!

End the day. At the end of the working day, put your desk in order, make notes of what needs to be done tomorrow, and prioritize those tasks. You will be less anxious that evening and get ready and focused the next morning.

One last thought. “Do not say that you do not have enough time. You have exactly the number of hours a day given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson and Albert Einstein. ”

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