How To Plan More Effectively and Efficiently

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Knowing how to plan is so important. There is a clear distinction between planning effectively and planning efficiently. How to plan efficiently is about dealing with it in the most economical way. …

Knowing how to plan is so important. There is a clear distinction between planning effectively and planning efficiently. How to plan efficiently is about dealing with it in the most economical way. Effectiveness is about getting closer to your goals.

Being efficient but not effective will clearly not get you closer to your goals. Is there more on “how to plan”?

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  • 1. http://www.empowernetwork.com/harishpatel/blog/how-to-plan-more-effectively-and-efficiently/ May 25, 2013How To Plan More Effectively and EfficientlyHow To Plan More Effectively and EfficientlyKnowing how to plan is so important. There is a clear distinction betweenplanning effectively and planning efficiently. How to plan efficiently is aboutdealing with it in the most economical way. Effectiveness is about gettingcloser to your goals.Being efficient but not effective will clearly not get you closer to your goals. Isthere more on “how to plan”?How To PlanThe 80/20 rule definitely needsto be taken into account onthe subject of how to plan.80% of your results isdue to 20% of yourefforts.You need to determine andfocus more on the 20% thatwill actually give you results.No point wasting much time onactivities that won’t give youthe results.Another important point ismultitasking. We are not designed to multitask. We are not computers. You arenot fully focused when you are multitasking.You may argue that there is so much to do and so you have to multitask. Isthat really the case? If you look at your daily do to list there is probably only 1-2important things that have to be done for that day.Its not about being busy all day. Time management is not the solution. It is
  • 2. energy management that is far more important. You need to renew your energythrough out the day.Here is a simple method called the Pomodoro Technique. You focus on onetask for 25 minutes and then give yourself a 5 minute break to renew yourenergy level. Continue this cycle until you have finished your task.linkIf you want to learn more about how to plan then check out the below link. Notonly will you learn planning and leadership skills but you can also make a goodincome from their program.Click here to find out how you can start earning 100% instant commissions!Source Image: Stuart Miles/ freedigitalphotos.netKeywords:How To Plan