Time Management Series – Time Management 101…

The time you spend on a task has some relationship to the quality of work you end up producing.

Now this number shouldn’t mean that you completely forgo time for yourself. It is important to have some personal time.

A starting guideline might be something like 10{9426e48ae5c3b3ab02332dd167966d9e9ea7aa41d6d2b8540a0550b4f9308632} of your week, or 17 hours. What is more important than these specific targets is that you spend enough time on your business to ensure that you’re successful and that you spend enough time outside of your business to ensure that you have a healthy balance.

Allow for unanticipated interruptions in your schedule. This means leaving some empty spaces during the day or in some way being flexible enough to handle interruptions. If the unexpected does not happen, time is available to do something we were saving until the next day.

Schedule work early in the day so it is less likely to be crowded out by unexpected events like meeting an old friend. People who participated in a major study on stress, reported scheduling personal time into there day as the most frequently used method for reducing stress in their lives.

Tomorrow we’ll be discussing a little about “I’ll Stop Procrastinating Tomorrow”.

 

 

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