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Transcript of Time Management
1. Do double duty
2. Tackle the hard stuff first
3. Don't cram
4. Avoid perfectionism
5. Know your instructions
6. Take care of yourself
7. Consider your loved ones
8. Don't overcommit
9. Remember self-care
10. Make it routine
Goals should have expected outcomes stated as simply and clearly as possible.
Goals should include how you will know if you have met them.
Goals should have outcomes that are realistic given your current situation, resources and available time.
Goals should help you on your journey toward meeting larger, ultimate life outcomes.
Goals should include realistic timeframes for achievement.
- GET IN THE ZONE! -
Time of Day
Confront bad habits
CRISES & PRESSING PROBLEMS
ON STRATEGIES & VALUES
INTERRUPTIONS & BUSY WORK
THE TRIVIAL & WASTEFUL
URGENT AND IMPORTANT
URGENT NOT IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT NOT URGENT
NOT IMPORTANT OR URGENT
Identify your preferences for each factor.
What action steps can you take to maximize your efficiency?
FIND YOUR MATCH
Which procrastination persona(s) do you identify with most?
What are the early warning signs that this persona may appear?
Finish the statement:
I will reduce my temptation to procrastinate by...
Know your zone
- STEP BY STEP -
Create new strategies
TO DO LIST
1. Identify your objective
2. List your tasks chronologically
3. Make a timeline with buffers
4. Revisit often
1. Write down all your tasks
2. Break large tasks into smaller ones
3. Prioritize list
4. Consider best time for each task
1. Write down fixed obligations
2. Write down essential tasks (tip: think chronologically)
3. Determine the best times to plug in other commitments
What concrete criteria will you use to measure your progress toward achieving the goal?
Is your goal within reach?
What support or opportunities do you need to make it attainable?
How does this goal relate to other plans or larger goals you may have?
How long will it take to complete the goal?
Is there a deadline you must meet?
How do you currently
spend your time?
*Also consider payoff!
Have more free time
Sara Coney, M.S.
Center for Teacher Education
Santa Ana College
Of the 168 hours in a week,
you might spend...
"Whether you think you can or you can't, you're right"
Make the best use you can of life's most precious resource - TIME!
Ideal for simple, doable tasks.
Ideal for large projects.
TOP 10 TIPS
Admit it and recognize it
Break it up
Hold yourself accountable