We can all learn to be excellent time managers; don’t ever doubt yourself. Start by making a list of all the important things you have to do every day and do not allow yourself to be distracted by things that are not important or urgent. Avoid crowding your list; keep it manageable. Do your best to get everything done on that list every day.
Always leave time for rest and relaxation. You would perform better at what you do, if you allow your body to relax daily.
Keep clocking! In other words keep your eye on the clock and be aware of how your time is being spent.
I am sure you can identify with me, when I say that a well spent day leaves you feeling happy and content, and motivated to face another day with the same attitude.
What is hindering you from managing your time well?
Here is a possible list:
- Friends – you associate with people who lack vision and procrastinate a lot.
- Your job
- A disorganised home
- The need to make everyone around you happy
- Lack of interest in your current activities
- You have been told that you are a poor time manager
- Your health
Be determined to change! You can do it!