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Developing Effective Time Management Skills

Deeksha   |  05-Jan-2019

By Deeksha

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Success in all walks of life comes with time management. Most of thetime, it seems like there are not enough hours in the day to get everything that you need to accomplish. But if you want to achieve more than others in a shorter time, you must learn how to manage that time. Time management refers to how you organise and schedule time for various activities. There are various tools and techniques to help you get more done in less amount of time. Here are some time management tips that will help you manage and organise 24 hours in your day as efficiently as possible:

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1. Pick Up Speed

One of the most vital measures of time is speed and the most important quality that you can develop about time management is a “sense of urgency.” A sense of urgency is the habit of moving fast when the opportunity is present. Hence, develop a bias for action as fast tempo is essential to succeed in all the tasks. All successful people not just work hard but work fast to achieve goals.

 

2. Write Down your Plans

Make a habit of writing down your schedule and everything you plan to do on a regular basis. Right from your meal plan to your workout plan, put everything on paper. Writing down your day-to-day schedule helps you get things done faster and efficiently. Moreover, making a list of to-do-things helps prioritising your tasks. Once the list is made, depending on the importance and urgency, you can organise your tasks. Prioritising your tasks help you manage your time.

 

3. Stay Away from Distractions

Having distractions, in general, cease you to focus on task at hand. Time management requires focus and determination to finish tasks on time. Taking small initiatives such as turning off the internet on your phone, putting your phone on silent, setting a schedule to meet friends etc. can be beneficial in managing your time well. Keep a check on how long you spend on your phone or any other activities.

 

4. Multitask as and when Possible

Often, you multitask without even realising; studying for exams or working on projects. Effective multitasking is an exercise to the brain and utilisation of the neural channels within. However, to successfully multitask, you need to balance tasks, avoid interruptions and concentrate on personal procrastination. Contrary to what many believe, multitasking is not just accomplishing two or multiple things at the same time but attempting to accomplish several things at once.

 

5. Avoid Procrastination and Prioritise Tasks

‘Procrastination is the thief of time,’ and you should realise that delaying tasks will never work. You should get things done immediately as putting something off indefinitely is poor time management. Most times,lack of prioritising duties and goals may lead to chaos in schedules. Therefore, you should decide which gain urgencyand approach them accordingly.

 

If you want to develop time management skills, you must be motivated by the benefits you feel you will enjoy. You must also want the results badly enough to overcome the inertia that keeps you working on things the same old way. You should focus and concentrate on the highest-value tasks and spend time on closing those tasks.


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