1. Know-How You Spend Your Time
Analyze where most of your time is devoted — job, family, personal, recreation, etc.
2. Set Priorities
Managing your time effectively requires the distinction between what is important and what is urgent
3. Use a Planning Tool
Time management experts recommend using a personal planning tool to improve your productivity. Examples of personal planning tools include electronic planners, pocket diaries, calendars, computer programs,
4. Get Organized
Implement a system that allows you to handle information only once.
Most people find that disorganization results in poor time management. Professional organizers recommend that you first get rid of the clutter.
5. Schedule Your Time Appropriately
Block out time for your high priority activities first and protect that time from interruptions.
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