Have you ever wondered where your time went? Sure you have…we all have at one point in our lifetime. We all sit around looking back at a series of wasted time we invested and wonder where the time went. If we might have planned, organized, worked hard, and set goals, we might be looking back wondering how we will move beyond our already achieved goals. But no, we didn’t have an idea, set our goals straight, stay organized, or worked our booties off to realize the goals we planned. Don’t complain you probably did it! I know I have. Hey, no one is perfect!
Planning ahead may be a step to managing time. Once we plan ahead, we are setting goals that we will achieve over the course of your time. Planning is the process of devising or projecting a realization of accomplishment. Therefore, once we start planning we should always plan both short and long-term goals that we will meet. If we overdramatize our goals, we’ll be sitting on a couch looking back wondering where our time went. If we start out with smaller goals and work to realize these goals, our long-term goals are going to be a simple ride uphill. Unless you’ve got some terminal disease, you usually can reach A level of completeness, as long as you’re planning ahead, reaching for achievable goals, and taking the trouble to urge to the highest is that the key to success. We all make mistakes, but the trick is to find out from those mistakes. If your plan is in action and you discover a drag area has developed, step back and take an honest, long check out what caused the matter. If the matter occurred as an immediate result of your planning scheme, then you recognize right of the bat that your plans need modification. Time management is the process of creating plans work, by developing skills and using actions that make the method run smoothly. don’t sit around looking back, since this too waste time if you’re not doing anything about it. Take the step to developing a scheme that works smoothly together with your schedule and situation. once you are planning before sure you calculate factors that would change your planning scheme. Changes like weather disasters lost data, changes in relationships, family, then on are a number of the factors you ought to calculate into your planning scheme for time management. Don’t fool yourself into believing that nothing ever changes. The very fact is every day all things are changing as an immediate force of reality. The key then is to maneuver forward with caution, yet not worry about everything that’s changing around you. If it’s getting to happen it’ll, but don’t let it’s an accident or incident caused by your negligence in time managing planning. Every day, if possible, you ought to make a list of the tasks you would like to realize and run through those tasks until they’re completed. Anytime we complete a task, we are encouraging our self-esteem and promoting motivation.
Here are some things I use to help me manage my time
Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Google Calendar (Yes, I use both. I have to make sure business and personal don’t overlap)