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Transcript of Time Management
Doesn't mean you're lazy, undisciplined
Plan and fall into a routine
The hardest part is starting
Nerds: "Level A" Priorities (nonnegotiable)
Skittles: "Level B" Priorities (slightly negotiable)
Sugar: "Level C" Priorities (completely negotiable)
Long term vision, short term motivation.
1) jot down what you've done every hour
2) write down what you plan to do for the day/week, next to it what you actually did accomplish
3) categorize activities (eat, sleep, study, work...) and estimate time, then compare to time actually spent
Month planning: for major deadlines, use "stepping stone" deadlines
Weekly objectives: goals for the week to be broken down into smaller goals
Weekly planner: time blocks
HOW MUCH TIME IS ENOUGH?
2-3 hrs. of studying/homework for every hour of class per week
use time wisely: breaks between classes, commuting time
focus on your schedule
see how your schedule is working for you
Remember: it takes time to get into a new rhythm
unexpected things happen
adjust schedule so that it works for you
Attitude: don't limit yourself, be determined
Be tough on yourself, learn to obey your alarms and reminders
Use lists. Don't like lists? Use mind maps.
improve skills: textbook reading, note taking, studying
committed time: class, work, things you HAVE to do
personal time: sleeping, eating, chores, down time
study time: estimate weekly time for each class, more time for harder classes than easy classes
2) STUDY PLAN
set when you have energy and can concentrate best
study close to class time
hard subjects first
make your semester liveable: get enough sleep, food, enough time for social, physical, and recreational needs
work on your plan till it works for you
sticking to a plan will make your life in college easier
This thing all things devours:
Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;
Gnaws iron, bites steel;
Grinds hard stones to meal;
Slays kings, ruins towns,
And beats high mountains down.
Start with long term goals
What do you want to do in life? Say, in the next five or ten years
Break these goals down.
Make your goals reachable.
ex: five years, next year, next month, next week, today
Long Term Goals
What time management really is
Stay on course: update, review
pecific: avoid being vague
easurable: make goals short, small pieces "sub goals"
ttainable: something you can do
ealistic: don't set things that are too hard
imely: JUST DO IT!
ake a break: don't give up on hobbies, study for 45-90 min intervals
nvigorate yourself: study with a group or a friend, give yourself small rewards for accomplishing tasks, exercise
lan study space: have a spot (encourages association to studying), don't study in bed, while watching tv
et priorities: work on high priority things first
ARE YOU WORING ON IT?
WHAT ARE YOU DOING INSTEAD?