Did you know that “All time management begins with planning”, as Tom Greening quote says? I am sure you did.
While preparing some news for the WWW.BLOGVASION.COM I try to manage time so that I am not lack neither time nor quality. Each person has his/her individual way of managing time, and the written standards might not be acceptable for the person who is surfing through the Internet in order to somehow find some useful info about that. It is really interesting what the main tips to perform well are? What the experienced people are advising?
I came across to Best of Time Management. According to this source we come to the following offerings:
- Find out where your time really goes
- The best way to calculate the value of your time - It’s worth much more than you think!
- How to identify what you really want in life (not what other people want for you) so you can focus on what matters most to you
- 5 easy ways to get out from under all your “stuff” - See who's happier when you manage your living spaces better (hint: it may not be just you!)
- Why occasional procrastination isn't bad and chronic procrastination usually spells disaster
- The real reason why most people don't write down and share their goals
- Why your head is the last place you should be storing important information
- 6 crucial questions you should ask yourself to prioritize on the fly. Planning is great, but sometimes things change. Asking these questions prevents you from getting sidetracked
- The easiest ways to keep track of your To Do's without spending a fortune on fancy personal organizers or complicated digital services and software programs
- 18 tips to stop holding boring, unproductive meetings and start making better group decisions
- How addiction to urgency actually limits your success
- 6 simple suggestions to help you find better work/life balance so you can enjoy the things that make you truly happy
But the most interesting that Best of Time Management offers is the following explanation that “Effective time management is a habit, just like brushing your teeth or walking the dog”.
If a person is not organized him/herself, neither time management tools nor advice can help. That should come from inside a personality. Though it is worth mentioning that time management tools as methods of organizing things are be of great use.