3 ways on how to manage time better
- Making the most of your time. Check your to-do list. You might need to take a day off for a scheduled delivery, so to save time and another day off, check out if you can have another appointment to fill in to that day. It is getting the most of your time. You will only go on off for a day, but can save two, or three appointments. That’s saving 3 days! Who wouldn’t want that?
- Fill in your stomach early or late. When you are working in a busy office corners, know when the time that everyone is out. Like for lunch, everyone would be having their lunch, so instead of taking yours, let them eat first. It is the best time for you to do more since the room is not busy at all. This doesn’t mean starving yourself; you can eat your lunch an hour before or after lunch time.
- Take a look on your calendar. Take note of the appointments and tasks you accomplished on this month. Check as well the days that you did more, and compare it to the days that you did less. This will help you assess and evaluate your performance over time per se. thus, the next month, you won’t be doing the same thing, and instead you will be doing more.
Give more time to yourself by saying noDetermine the best days and your worst days. Know when are the days that you are alert, so you can make plans in doing more and you can work on the tough jobs on this day. When you think that tomorrow you will not be at your best, try to trim your work and responsibilities. And learn to say no especially to your friends. Try to decline invitations of dinners and parties after work. Do it politely. Instead of giving your time to others, you will enjoy the pleasure of having time for yourself if you can spend it with your family.
Indeed, time is precious. It needs to be managed effectively. Not only will you enjoy your leisure time, but also the people around you. Effective time management is parallel to giving more time to yourself. In today’s very hectic world, time is running out for those who work hard. But it doesn’t mean that you’ll end up being a robot. You are not, you are human and you need time for yourself as well.