- Stress-free time management


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Getting Things Done is a powerful time management method. Read and implement useful advice which will make you efficient and highly productive.

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  1. 1. Case-study from course time-management without stress Nikolay Dodonov, Time-Management coach
  2. 2. chnique teaches GTD te How to work ely and without effectiv stress
  3. 3. ches 
 GTD techniques tea how to work tively and without
 effec stress s - GTD The popular time-management technique organize your (Getting Things Done) - will help you to problems one working process and teach you to solve at a time, in priority order.
  4. 4. oncentr ate on c one important task
  5. 5. concentr ate on one important task tifications scard all distracting programs (Skype, no Di one t new messages, etc.) and concentrate on abou once (for task at a time, and not several tasks at k your , you cannot talk on the phone and chec example email at the same time).
  6. 6. our mind of all free y is unnecessary that e given moment at th
  7. 7. ll free your mind of a that is unnecessary t at the given momen om your nload» distracting tasks and thoughts fr «U orage ad simply by writing them down on «a st he m). Thus m» (paper day planner or special progra mediu le to solve you will free your brain’s RAM and be ab problems more effectively.
  8. 8. eat a frog Per day
  9. 9. eat a frog per day tend ant tasks that you continually postpone Unpleas e of such to pile up very soon. Try and perform on unpleasant tasks every day.
  10. 10. discard reminders!
  11. 11. discard reminders! h your task Do not set reminders - just look throug (when you com list whenever you change your location to your office, home, etc.).
  12. 12. discard junk mail at the entry
  13. 13. Discard junk mail at the entry point of its ter out unnecessary information at the Fil you have any emergence (avoid email subscriptions). If tion, you can put doubts about the usefulness of informa it aside for future consideration.
  14. 14. Pl an your working day before it starts
  15. 15. pl an your working day before it starts to allocate A regular review of tasks will help you priority your time effectively and single out first tasks.
  16. 16. keep and tasks all ideas e pl ace in on
  17. 17. keep s as and task all ide e in one pl ac ments and It is very convenient to keep your docu store them notes in electronic form, and it is best to will easily find within one program. In such archive, you necessary information.
  18. 18. able a st set ace ork p w
  19. 19. set a stable work pace n is more step-by-step systematic working patter A itions. effective than working in peak-load cond lems cy decreases sharply when, at first, prob Efficien in a rush, in are completely ignored, and then solved deadline mode.
  20. 20. ntiate between differe vents and tasks e
  21. 21. en differentiate betwe events and tasks rangement to Fixed events (business appointments, ar ework of see a doctor, etc.) constitute a rigid fram e not ur time schedule. And the tasks, which ar yo ocated bound to any specific time, should be all y of free depending on their priority and availabilit working hours.
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