A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Everything Counts – The Golden Rule of Excellence<br />www.everythingcounts...
A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your time management system might be good or bad, conscious or   unconsciou...
A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />In order to develop a new, more effective organizational system, you must f...
Simplify the system so that it isn’t a burden
Monkey with the system so that it is truly your own</li></ul>ALL performance and organizational systems need to meet certa...
A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your organizational system must:<br />Be in Writing<br />If you’re relying ...
A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your organizational system must:<br />Be Convenient<br />Since you are alwa...
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Your time management system might be good or bad, conscious or unconscious, but don’t be deceived; you do have a system for being organized or disorganized.

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A Simple, Effective Time Management System

  1. 1. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Everything Counts – The Golden Rule of Excellence<br />www.everythingcounts.com<br />
  2. 2. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your time management system might be good or bad, conscious or unconscious, but don’t be deceived; you do have a system for being organized or disorganized<br />Your office or home might be in shambles. In that case, whether you admit it or not, your system consists of living in a mess<br />Let’s be honest my furry friend. You must have an organizational system that helps you to manage time and achieve your goals<br />
  3. 3. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />In order to develop a new, more effective organizational system, you must first:<br /><ul><li>Identify the system that’s right for you
  4. 4. Simplify the system so that it isn’t a burden
  5. 5. Monkey with the system so that it is truly your own</li></ul>ALL performance and organizational systems need to meet certain basic requirements in order to be effective.<br />
  6. 6. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your organizational system must:<br />Be in Writing<br />If you’re relying on your memory, you’re toast. No matter how bright you are, memories fail, time escapes you, and things will slip through your mind and the proverbial cracks of productivity<br />If you only write down half the things you need to do, your<br />system is only 50% effective. If 75% of the things you need to do<br />make it to your list than your system operates at 75% efficiency.<br />Whatever system you choose, it must force you to writ<br />everything down if it is to be 100% effective.<br />
  7. 7. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your organizational system must:<br />Be Convenient<br />Since you are always on the go your system must be portable and convenient to access at all times. If you write your plan down but don’t keep it with you, what worth is it?<br />Your organizational system is no good to you if<br />you are in one location and it in another.<br />
  8. 8. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />Your organizational system must:<br />Be Easy to Read and Understand<br />No one needs to understand your system but you. Keep it personal and make it work for you. Abbreviate where you can and do all you can to save time.<br />You don’t need to spell correctly in your system<br />or use correct grammar; the objective is to work<br />your system to accomplish the tasks on your<br />list.<br />
  9. 9. A Simple Effective Time Management System<br />THANK YOU<br />For more in Everything Counts please visit www.everythingcounts.com<br />
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