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PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST

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Stephanie Brockett

on 9 July 2015

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Transcript of PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST

PUT FIRST THINGS FIRST
SETTING PRIORITIES
TIME MANAGMENT
TIPS
YOUR DAY
24 HOURS IN A DAY
School................................7 hours
Homework at home............2 hours
Dinner.................................1 hour
TV time...............................4 hours
Instagram/Facebook/Twitter..2 hours
Sleep..................................8 hours

STEPHEN COVEY
To live a more balanced existence, you have to recognize that not doing everything that comes along is okay. There's no need to overextend yourself. All it takes is realizing that it's all right to say no when necessary and then focus on your highest priorities.

Habit 1 says, "You're in charge. You're the creator." Being proactive is about choice. Habit 2 is the first, or mental, creation. Beginning with the End in Mind is about vision. Habit 3 is the second creation, the physical creation. This habit is where Habits 1 and 2 come together. It happens day in and day out, moment-by-moment. It deals with many of the questions addressed in the field of time management. But that's not all it's about. Habit 3 is about life management as well--your purpose, values, roles, and priorities. What are "first things?" First things are those things you, personally, find of most worth. If you put first things first, you are organizing and managing time and events according to the personal priorities you established in Habit 2.
REFLECTION
Think about what you have just learned and as you go about your day take notice and note on how much time you spend being productive and how much time you spen being non-productive (wasting valuable time).
http://www.fastcompany.com/3027809/work-smart/7-time-management-strategies-from-some-brilliant-teenage-prodigies
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