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10732 week five wi2010-mastering self-management

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  • 1. Collegiate Communication Winter 2010
  • 2.  Solo Pair Square  Each student completes the sentence “I waste time by” until time is called.  Pair up with another student and share your list. Write down any new time wasters listed by your partner.  Each pair joins another pair. Students share their partner’s time wasters and write down any new time wasters shared by group members.  Each group chooses two time wasters to share with the rest of the class.  Time begins now.
  • 3.  Step 1: Complete the weekly schedule.  Be as accurate as possible. Include your time wasters (talking on the phone, watching tv, video games).
  • 4.  Consider developing a “Desired” schedule that reflects your values. Be realistic in the amount of time you schedule for activities.  See the additional resources listed on Moodle for assistance.
  • 5.  Review your weekly schedule, in groups-create a list of all of the activities you identified in your weekly schedule (studying, watching tv, commuting, work, etc.)  In groups, decide where each activity should be placed in the chart
  • 6.  Write each action in the appropriate quadrant on your chart Urgent Not Urgent Quadrant II- Quadrant I- Important activities Important Pressure of done without the nearing pressure of deadlines deadlines Quadrant III- Quadrant IV- Unimportant Time Not activities wasters Important done with a sense of urgency

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