Time management begins with clarifying exactly what you want to spend your time and attention on accomplishing. The following are some of the time management steps we recommend to help people improve their daily productivity.
1. Think about what you what to accomplish. Take time to think and ponder about how you will choose to spend your limited amount of time each day.
2. Set written goals and objectives. Once you have turned subconscious thoughts into conscious ideas and you have truly clarified what you want to do. Then the next step is to take your goals and put them into written format. Preferably in present tense as though you have already achieved each goal.
3. Written goals are great. But you can not just take a single action and accomplish a goal. Goals are actually a series of Action Steps, Projects, Tasks, High Value Activities, Activities and finally Micro-Actions.
4 Once you have created a written goal - we encourage our subscribers to utilize the Goals / Project worksheet
5. The next step is taking each task or activity and allocating an appropriate amount of time on your actual calendar to start and completely finish each task.
6. Then, all that is left to do is wait until the time arrives that you have set aside to work on the task or activity or project and at that time you simply "Do what you said you would do."
Neuroplasticity is the concept that the brain is plastic and changeable.
It is because of neuroplasticity that we believe having conscious time management tools and productivity strategies will help you re-wire your brain to help you organize your life.
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