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Got Time? Managing Your Time for Success
Transcript of Got Time? Managing Your Time for Success
1. Learn to set Priorities
2. Start with top priority items
3. Fight Procrastination
4. Subdivide large, tough tasks
5. Establish a quiet hour
6. Learn to say "No"
7. Learn to delegate
8. Accumulate similar tasks
9. Minimize routine tasks
10. Avoid Perfectionism
11. Avoid over-commitment and over-scheduling.
5 ways to Get the Most Out of Study Time
When to Study
Where to Study
How to Handle the Rest of the World
Things to Ask Yourself When You Get Stuck
Take a Break Reward Yourself.
1st Things First
Days in a Week
Time is Money!
Get the NOW Habit
Be a Doer, not a Dawdler
Make Today Count
Just Do it!
Winner Don't Wait
Procrastination: A Dream Deferred
6 Reasons We Use Time Poorly
1. Reliance Of Excuses
4. Negative Emotions
5. Excessive Tension
80% of unfocused effort generates only 20% Results
The Remaining 80% of results are achieved with only 20% of effort.
Optimize your effort to ensure that you concentrate as much of your time and energy as possible on high payoff tasks.
Remember Stay Positive
You CAN Successfully
Manage Your Time
Smile and the Whole World Smiles with You:
Monday October 1, 2012 from 5pm-5:50pm B128
Friday October 5, 2012 from 12-12:50pm B132
Wed., October 3, 2012 from 11:30-12:20pm E005
A Dozen Time Robbers
Unnecessary: Drop-in visitors or phone calls
Necessary: From individuals which you have responsibility for
Untimely: Necessary by at an inconvenient time
Waiting for Answers:
Time spent waiting for someone else to respond to our questions or requests.
Too Much Work:
Overload! You've got too much going on at Once!
Computers, printers, cell phones, etc. The more technology the greater the chances of the occasional glitch.
Policies, procedures, systems, etc. that we must go through to accomplish certain tasks.
The most common time robber - putting things off until later. Why do we do this? Some tasks are unpleasant or require us to leave our "comfort zone". As such we avoid them thus delaying their completion.
Where did I put my keys?
What did I do with my cell phone?
I know I put that somewhere on my desk.
The more disorganized we are, the more time it will take to accomplish tasks.
You're tired. You don't have a lot of energy. It's hard to be productive when you're exhausted.
Have you ever uttered the following, "Oh, I'll remember that.", only to find out a few hours/days later that your memory wasn't as great as you thought it might be? Forgetfulness can result in lost time.
Not all socializing is bad - but too much is unproductive.
Lack of Self-Discipline:
You know what you need to do, yet you have a hard time accomplishing things.
"If you fail to plan, you plan to fail"
Trying to pull things together without any plan or direction is time consuming.
"The 'e' on this poster doesn't look right. I'll have to re-d0 the poster."
Perfectionism is said to be "paralyzing" at times as it can slow down or even put a stop to productivity.
Bridget Hall, Counselor
Student Success Center
Richland Campus B125
Top 3 Quotes to Live by for Better Time Management
Hours of Sleep Night x 7 days a week
Hours a week for chores/errands/etc
Hours of grooming each day
Hours a week for regular functions
Hours per day for meals
Hour total travel time on weekends
Hours total Travel Time on Weekdays
Hours per week socializing
40 Hours per week at Work
x2 = Hours a week in Class