Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Transcript of TIME MANAGEMENT
What is Time Management?
What are the theoretical factors of Time Management?
What is your favorite THEORY of Time Management? And why?
Analyze your PROs and CONs in your Time Management.
CONs of my time management
Create your own time of everyday life into a diagram,a chart, or a mind-map of the best virtue for good.
How and what will you commit to your best efforts in Time Management?
My best effort is try to follow my time management schedule seriously, not skip some activities which I do not want to do and have some prizes for getting it done.
What will you benefit the most collaboration with your Time Management?
Time management did not take my time but rather make extra time for me. The most benefit of my time management is help me to get everything more done. Being productive is one of the main goals of time management. It is like when I am aware of what I need to do, I am able to better manage my workload. I will be able to get more of the right tasks done in less time.
is about effective scheduling of your time, goal setting ,choosing what to do and what not to do. The aim of managing your time is to spend time doing the things that help you achieve your goals and the things that you personally prioritise and value.
Pareto Principle Theory
Pickle Jar Theory
My favorite THEORY of Time management is
because this theory focuses on understanding what people need and setting time limits on getting each done so that people do not encroach on other essential areas of their life. Moreover this theory also easy to understand and easy to manage my time.
How you co-operate,and FUNCTION your Time Management?
The way that I manage my time is keep myself being busy like planning what to do in 24 hours, calculating how much hour do I need for sleeping, for doing assignments, for working out and other stuffs so it will be no more time left. These depend on what I really need in 1 day and everyday will be different. Then if I got the things that I desire to deal with , therefore, it is time to manipulate those tasks in appropriate way like making it balance in 24 hours, not too little, not too much but just right. Keep myself being busy will assist me to have good behavior not like a wander person that
don't know what to do. It will help me to control my time not waste it.
PROs of my time management
- Reduces my stress level
- Help me remain focused on the task
- Greater self-confidence
- Gives me a sense of achievement
- Less wasted time
- Thriving on Busy
- Taking on too Much
- Not Taking Break
- Ineffectively Scheduling Tasks
- Failing to Keep a To-Do List
Thank you for your attention.
The Pareto principle formulated by Italian economist and philosopher Vilfredo Pareto states that the vast majority of impact in anything comes from a small proportion of activities, people or effort. The observation was based on demographic data in Italy. 80% of the land was owned by 20% of the population. And 80% of productivity from these lands came from 20% of those working on it.
The 20% who made things happen were generally more efficient, managed time better, and streamlined operations for the highest leverage. Based on this theory, time management guides and coaches advice you to focus on the 20% of activities or tasks that are most important to your overall success. The effort and time that you devote to this creamy layer will more than outweigh what you invest into the rest, because there will be little if any impact on your bottom line.
Another time management theory that is easy to understand and execute is taught using a pickle jar. When you take an empty pickle jar and fill it with rocks, it appears to be full – until you fill it with gravel. The smaller granules fill the cracks between the rocks, and you can still fit in some sand, and then water.
But go about it the other way and add water or sand to the bottle first, and you won’t be able to later slip in the rocks. In a time management perspective, you will similarly be able to get less important work done in the spaces between and after major projects or tasks. But if you let trivia take up much of your working day, there won’t be enough time left for you to tackle what really matters.
Another time management theory that is very popular was that of Abraham Harold Maslow, an American psychology professor. He teaches the importance of matching time management with our other needs as human beings, and integrating everything into a nourishing and wholesome complex.
As long as the efficient use of time helps us meet higher goals of fulfillment, spirituality and well
being, we perceive it as helpful. But in the interests of greater efficiency, if we sacrifice bigger things
like purpose, meaning and satisfaction with our lives, then it is a moot victory.
Factors of time management
Some weeks will be busier than others, and unforeseen things happen. Because time management is only a plan or a guide. Try to follow it as best I can, but if I miss a planned study period, I won't panic - look at the schedule, rearrange my time and make it up next time.
Be aware of how much time I have and manage it effectively.
Be realistic about the amount of time university study and assignments will take to complete. Different tasks require different amounts of preparation time.
If I am able to complete everything in my schedule, I will have some prize for myself. The prize is stimulator for me to do all of tasks.