Time Management Tips

F ive time management tips from Jennifer Koretsky.

  1. Take 15 minutes every single day to plan your schedule. A small investment in planning goes a long way towards reducing stress and overwhelm.
  2. Always keep a to-do list. Your to-do list is your friend. It helps you keep track of all those tasks  that are so easily forgotten.
  3. Pay attention to your  biorhythms. Work with your natural energy levels instead of trying to change them.
  4. Schedule down time and relaxation. Self-care is one of the first things to be sacrificed when things get busy.
  5. Don’t give up when you get overwhelmed. It’s normal to fall off track every now and then. Don’t beat yourself up. Do recharge and resume steps 1-4 as soon as possible.

Source: Master the Art of Time Management

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  • http://kickmyadd.wordpress.com/ bloggingawayadhd

    Good tips, thx.

  • Jeff

    You need to thank Jenn Koretsky for the tips…I just copied them.

  • Nick | cursus time management

    Nice post. I agree with it.
    Workplace time management is an absolute essential skill to master if you are to ever enjoy true accomplishment on your job. Nothing is more frustrating than being busy all day long, but hardly making any progress.
    It is important to properly employ time management principles in the workplace, so that you can reduce stress and maximize efficiency.

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