- Make sure your goals have a powerful meaning for wanting to achieve them. If they don’t, then you could fall off track.
- Use the four quadrant time management system. Decide between urgent and not urgent activities, and important and not important activities.
- Record your time in a journal for at least a week. How was your time used? Was time wasted? How does this time fit into the four quadrant system?
- Tackle your biggest tasks in the morning. This will give you the biggest momentum to help you through the rest of your day.
- Remember the 80-20 Rule. 80% of the efforts comes from 20% of the results.
- Develop good habits and get rid of bad ones. Focusing on good habits allows you to get better at managing your time, making other good habits develop easier!
- Take frequent breaks while working. Work for 1 hour and break for 15 mins (if you can). Go for a short walk or meditate during that time. You’ll have more energy and you’ll focus better when you return.
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