Five Steps of Daily Time Management Make a list of tasks that need to be done today. Call it a, “brain dump.” Prioritize each task using the A,B,C column and then prioritize at the second level using the 1,2,3 column. Assign a specific amount of time to each task. Move each task into a specific time frame Determine an action plan for each activity you have.
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We turn our dreams into reality by setting goals. Many people are able to set goals, but they may struggle with how to reach those goals. Your new goals often seem a long way off, especially when compared with where you currently are. The process of Assumptive Goal Setting will help you reach your goals.
When you do Assumptive Goal Setting with your team, it will generate creative energy and a positive commitment. If you and your teams create and share goals, you can all encourage each other and hold the team accountable. Plus, each person will become more personally committed to making it happen and the team will become more united toward your common goals.
Are you good at managing and getting things done in your day to day schedule? We all want to get things done, whether it’s the work we have to do so we can get on with what we want to do, or indeed, the projects we feel are our purpose in life. Are the tasks that are taking up your day all productive by nature? Are you prioritizing correctly?
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