Home Time Management Step 1: Identify Major Problems
If you're a nontraditional student getting your home time management under control is going to be The Key to succeeding in college.
Spend only a very short amount of time and on step 1 and only identify major problems. There are several reasons for this:
You Can Get Stuck In a Rut While Trying To Identify and List Out All Your Problems
It is so easy to get stuck into a rut which, of course, prevents you from reaching the last step… implementing action… and seeing real and lasting change occur.
It Can Be Really Depressing to Look at Everything Wrong
If you were to sit and try to list out all your problem areas at one time it would likely lead to you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, and... too soon... giving up.
Knowing All Your Problems Isn't Even Necessary
It's not going to help you RIGHT NOW to realize that you haven't dusted the tops of the cabinets… well… ever.
You Really Only Need to Know 1-3 Major Problems… The Little Ones Can Wait
There are major and minor problems in your life and fixing the major ones first will really change your life. And you already know what they are.
This Is Only a Very Small Part of Solving the Problems
Still another reason for not spending much time on this step is because it really is only a very small part of the solution. Don't get me wrong… it IS important… but not so important that you should take more than just a few minutes on it.
Nothing Can Be Solved Until Some Action is Implemented
Finally, we get to the major reason for being brief in this area which is so that you can get through the other 3 steps and into the last one which is ACTION. Nothing, nothing, nothing happens without action.
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