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5 Time Savers You (Probably) Havent Tried Yet
1. Do tasks less frequently
Clean house every 10 days rather than every 7. Run a report every 6 weeks instead of every 4 weeks. Hold a meeting twice a month instead of every week.
2. Race yourself
Look at the clock & commit to have the task done by a specific time. Youâ??ll stay focused, avoid distractions & probably work with higher quality.
3. Make the most of 15 minutes
Can you find an extra 15 minutes in your day to use more effectively? Is there "wastedâ?? time you can eliminate or a lower-valued task you can cut? Saving 15 minutes a day gives you a whopping 91 extra hours a year!
4. Have a list of small, easy tasks that take only a few minutes
Normally, of course, we want to work on big, important projects first. But often when weâ??re stuck, tired, upset or overwhelmed, itâ??s hard to get anything done & we waste time spinning our wheels. A list of small or micro tasks will help you to get something done and will jumpstart your productivity. And of course, itâ??s better to get even a small task done than nothing!
5. Work on a task or project for a certain amount of time
Instead of trying to complete a task at one time, say to yourself, â??Iâ??ll work on this for 15 minutes and see how much I can get done.â?? Stay focused and challenge yourself to really get as much done as possible. (This tip is especially effective for a task or project youâ??ve been putting off.)
Shari Peace is an international speaker and author who helps people and organizations get more done with less stress. She can be reached at http://www.sharipeace.com
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The Ultimate Virtual Reality
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Time Management - Working Smarter at Work
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How To Better Handle Your Mail
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The Keepers of Time
I give presentations on organizational skill building as it relates to paper, time, and computer file management. It seems that we all have too much paper, not enough time, and more than enough information stored in our computers if we could just find it!Part of my job is to help identify the challenges an employee or organization is facing and suggest solutions.
Time: Do You Spend it or Invest it?
Time is our greatest and most precious asset. Time is the great equalizer of all us human beings.
Find The Time -- Before Its Too Late!
People always seem to be in such a hurry, everywhere I go. Always rushing to get to the next thing, as if someone is holding a stopwatch over their head, timing them to the second.
Quantum-less Time and Mathemathically Deprived Theory
What would you say to me if I told you that you don't have to be at work by 8 am, but rather that you have to be at work tomorrow?What if I told you that your alarm clock is going to be reconfigured to only display days, and not specific times?Would you sleep better?Or what if your clock card was to have days, not digits, on its' face? Would your concept of time be altered?If your meetings schedules were week specific, how would you feel?Would you abandon the man-made minute, if you could?You probably would, and with little reluctance and regret.The remaining seasons and their finite hours would still supply the exact same amount of time, but any approach to it would change.
Have You Got a Minute?
Such an innocuous little phrase, yet when you are hard at work, really focused and engrossed in what you are doing this seemingly harmless request can be a nightmare distraction."The average American has 50 interruptions a day, of which 70% have nothing to do with work" W.
10 Ways to Take Back Your Time
I've divided my tips into two sections - 5 ways to manage your time and 5 ways to take back your time. Both offer daily or regular practices to try out in your life right now.
How to Define a Successful Time Management Strategy
One of the most challenging aspect in life is time management. In the current fast changing environment, time management is very important in both your personal and official life.
The WIT to WIN
What are the most important things you should accomplish today? Go ahead. Make a list of your priorities and put them in order of their importance.
10 Tips on the Right Time of Day for Your Personal Best
Does choosing which time we do an activity really make a difference?Have you ever wondered what would be the best time of day (or week) to do different kinds of work? Every person's internal clock runs on the Human Circadian Timeline. Except those who have been on graveyard shift for years!This is the schedule by which our body systems (including our brain) 'take care of business'.
Seven Ways to Say, No!
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The Key to High Productivity is Energy Management
One of the issues most often raised by my clients is better time management. People have tried prioritizing tasks, blocking out parts of their day for certain tasks, implementing new systems and getting better at delegation.
Your Most Important Appointment
An appointment is simply a mutual agreement to meet with someone at a specific time.You set appointments with doctors, dentists, lawyers, accountants, contractors and hair stylists, just to name a few.
Time is Money?
Not 1 in 10 people can tell you where money comes from, what it is and what it is good for, let alone how and why we get it.The most common error that most people make is to equate money with wealth.
Will Your Epilogue Be - I Got All My Emails Done?
Work life balance is the new Holy Grail; that search for nirvana; the need to find peace and contentment, the desire to achieve that fine sense of equilibrium that we can be happy with.For some people that means not working at all but, for many it means being happy with the amount of hours they spend at and think about work and are equally happy about their none working hours; whether that be time spent with family and friends or time spent participating in sports, music or other hobbies or indeed just relaxing doing nothing in particular except just being!However, the achievement of this perfect balance seems to escape so many people and I believe that's because the important things and I mean the truly important things, get overtaken by the urgent stuff! Of course important to you may be different than important to me, but I bet neither of us would wish the sum total of our lives to be an accumulation of the achievement of stuff, trivia and emails!So many people say that vacation time is important yet they rarely take a vacation; so many people say their health and "keeping fit" is really important to them yet they rarely do any exercise and eat on the run most of the time; so many people say its really important to plan their time effectively yet they fire fight from day to day.
Creating A Not-To-Do List
When I sit down with a client to work on prioritizing and delegating, the biggest challenge we face is deciding what kinds of activities and responsibilities to give up. Quite often, we get so entrenched in what we think we SHOULD be doing, that we forget to pay attention to what we ENJOY doing.
Scheduling Productive Days - Dont Interrupt, Im Pouring Concrete
Almost everyone in business knows the balancing act between the weekly work schedule and business development time is almost as challenging as walking on a tight rope. I suggest breaking your work week into focus days to work in your business and buffer days to work on your business.
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