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Struggling to organize your time?

Nov 24, 2018 POSTED IN BusinessDesignInspirationalLifestyleTech BY blogger

Time is a valuable possession, once gone cannot be taken back. People in business often struggle to fruitfully utilize their time, often seem to find it difficult to meet deadlines or find any time to rest. Not only is it frustrating, but it can be stressful to feel like you’re bouncing from task to task and never really crossing things off your list.

There are some key points that would help you to manage time:

Set goals: Have clarity about your long-term and short-term goals. Where exactly are you heading?. You can start by breaking down your long-term goals into monthly goals, then break them down even further into weekly and even daily goals. Your goals for each day will help you set a target and measure when you’ve hit it successfully.When it comes to time management and productivity, it’s the small, short-term goals that matter most.

Pick a system and commit: If you struggle to find an approach to time management that you can commit to fully, try combining the ideas of a few different philosophies to create the perfect time management and productivity tool for you.It really doesn’t matter what system or approach you use, only that it’s something that you buy into, understand fully and keep up with.

Find your productivity zone: People function best at different times of the day. Depending on every individual,cut down on the time it takes you to complete your work by identifying when you work best and are most productive and planning your most important work for that time.  Some people are the most productive first thing in the morning, when their minds are fresh and before everyone else is awake. Some people prefer digging into important work mid-day when their momentum is full-throttle, and still, others are night owls who leave the most important work for the end of the day when ideas and concepts have had time to settle.

Go one day at a time: Take the lessons learned from each day, especially as they relate to productivity and time management, and apply them to tomorrow. You may even end up ahead of where you wanted to be when you move along day-by-day.