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Transcript of Time Management
BAD TIME MANAGEMENT
Putting off important or unnecessary work until the very last moment...
THE PICKLE JAR
Difficult time being
on time to appointments
or turning in work at the
scheduled due date.
Taking on too much work
and not allocating enough
time in which to complete it.
DO THE RIGHT THING
PRACTICE THE ART
EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT TIPS!!!
Which Quadrant do
we fall into?
These are things you cannot and should not ignore. However spending too much time in this Quadrant will lead to stress and burn out.
This is where you should spend most of your time.
People spend much of their time
on this Quadrant confusing Urgent
things for Important things.
Quadrant 4 are the time
wasters in your life:
Spending too much time in this
quadrant can lead to dependence
on others for your basics, loss of jobs, irresponsibility, etc…
4 QUADRANTS OF TIME MANAGEMENT
Dealing with a heart attack is an Urgent and Important problem (Q1) that cannot be ignored —
but maybe if you would have spent more time eating healthy and exercising (Q2) you could have avoided it altogether.
Eating healthy and exercising to avoid
future health issues Reading, Learning, and
You have scheduled an
important meeting with a
coworker 2 weeks ahead of
time. This person has very
limited time and so you carve
out a 30 minute window to
deal with a very important
Mindless web surfing
Watching too much TV
2) 80/20 Rule
The 80/20 Rule means that in anything a few (20 percent) are vital and many (80 percent) are trivial.
Of the things you do during your day, only 20 percent really matter. Those 20 percent produce 80 percent of your results.
Do not wait till last.... Delegate the task
before it is too late!!!
TECHNIQUES OF TIME
IMPORTANCE OF TIME !
HOW TO DELEGATE ?
WHY TO DELEGATE ?