Archive for the 'Time-Management' Category

6 Tips to Get More Out of Your Day

By Liz Stafford When it comes to getting stuff done how organized are you? In order to get things accomplished and have more time for the things that matter most to you I have compiled a list of 6 things that will change your life. As with all change it may be necessary to take […]

Setting Aside Me Time Using Automation to Make Life Simpler

By Kelsey Childress In the age of the internet, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. However, making time without cellphones, email, blogs, instant messaging, and other communication channels to relax and spend time with friends and family can make a big difference, helping recharge the batteries and leading to better satisfaction with life and what it […]

Beginners Time Management Skills Introducing Core Concepts of Time Management

By Steven Innes Many people including myself have initially found developing time management skills a hurdle to being productive with any long term consistency. What it really boils down to is how we keep charge of our attention spans and co-ordinate with our actions in the situations we find ourselves involved. However, having a short […]

Online Time Management Tips

By Sean Mcalister Online Time Management to Start Each Day Time management, especially “Online Time Management” begins as soon as you wake up.  Waking up to a screaming alarm clock is not the same as time management. In fact, if you are a person who sleeps until the last possible moment, throws on clothes and […]

Overchoice Strikes Again!

By Martin Van Zyl Overchoice strikes again! People seem TIRED, BEAT UP, AND EXHAUSTED, but it’s not the things we’re doing that is wearing us out. It’s the things we’re not doing. It’s thinking about the things we “should’ve” done that is slowing us down. Whether we’re window shopping, channel surfing, or just browsing the […]

Become More Effective by Knowing How You Really Spend Your Time

By Kell Treman Do you find that you have been working hard, only to get through half the tasks on your to-do list for that day? Where has the day gone? Does this sound familiar? If you ask people about the pressures of time, they will likely respond that they are working hard but missing […]

Tricks of the Trade Time Management Techniques I Developed As a Lazy Undergrad

By Nathaniel Craddock Forget day planners, school-issued agendas, and your Outlook calendar. When you’re in an environment in which you set your own schedule (like multi-level marketing or any other sort of self-employment, both of which I’m involved in), it becomes necessary to make sure you’re getting as much value out of your minutes as possible. However, […]

What to Do When Your Mind Drifts Away From the Task at Hand And How to Stay Mentally Focused

By Francis Lui To be productive, it’s important to stay mentally focused on the task you’re working on. If your mind keeps drifting away, you won’t get a lot done. But you might find your mind drifting away a lot. Your mind might wander on what you should eat for dinner. Or you might start […]

The Five Secrets to Effective Time Management

By Mike Brooks I don’t know about you, but 24 hours in a day isn’t enough. And 8 – 9 hours for work just barely covers the paperwork, order follow-up, client calls, e-mails that need answering, voicemail messages, etc. “You mean you want me to prospect and find closing time, too? What, are you kidding?!” […]

Balancing Work With Play

By Linda Greven This is a topic I’ve written on before, but it bears repeating — there seems to be two different kinds of people in this world — those for whom ‘fun’ is the primary preoccupation, and those for whom work always comes before play. I was raised in the latter group. And later […]