Time is our precious resource. It is perishable, it is irreplaceable, and it cannot be saved. It can only be reallocated from activities of lower value to activities of higher value.
Time management refers to how you schedule and organize your time for different activities.
- Not allowing enough time to complete your task: Add sufficient cushion time to complete every step of the project.
- Assuming that everything will work out all right: Assume that you are going to have problems and schedule sufficient time and resources to solve those problems.
- Rushing at the end: You almost invariably will make mistakes and do poor quality work that you’ll have to go back and correct later.
- Trying to do several things at once: You end up doing nothing well.
- “A” items are most important: the things that you must do.
- “B” items only have minor consequences: tasks that you should do, but they only have mild consequences.
- “C” tasks have no consequences: they have no effect at all on your work life.
- “D” for delegate: the things that you can delegate to someone else.
- “E” for eliminate: the things you should eliminate altogether.
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