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Chapter 2: Managing your time

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Mauricio Gomez

on 20 August 2015

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Transcript of Chapter 2: Managing your time

A Day in the life of...
Use a Schedule
Typical Day
Managing y ur time
Use a PLanner
UNIV 101
School Work
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School work
Social Life
Math 002
English 101
PRE 101
Psych 104
Spanish 111
Math 002:
MWF 9:00 - 9:50
Wescoe 4012
Study: 1 hour
Homework: 2 hours
English 101:
MWF 10:00-10:50
JRP 150
Study: 1 hour
Homework: 3 hours
UNIV 101:
MWF 1:00 - 1:50
SMRC 116
Study: 1 hour
Homework: 1 hours
-Student Org.
-Call home
Residence Halls
Rec. Center
Kansas Union
Student Org.
Math homework - Due this Friday
English paper - Due next Monday
UNIV 101 presentation - Due
next Wednesday
UNIV - Read Chapter 2 for
Work - Tuesday and Thursday
Call home!
To Do:
Set Up Reminders in your phone!
-Social Media
What time is it?
Urgent and Important
Non Urgent and Important
Urgent and Non Important
Non Urgent and Non Important
Time Management Matrix
You control your life by controlling your time

Your behavior is a reflection of what you truly believe

When your daily activities reflect your governing values, you will experience success

Give more time and you’ll have more time

Time is a created thing. To say “I don’t have time” is like saying “I don’t want to.” –Lao-Tzu
Principles of Time Management:
Start early and work steadily
(What assignments can you start TODAY?)
Break big assignments/tasks into smaller and simpler sections
When is your energy at its peak? Plan your work for those times and use your less energetic times for leisure or a nap.
Overcoming Procrastination
A good schedule will not help you unless you stick to it!
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