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Managing Time

Article: Managing time

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Managing Time

  1. 1. Managing time Most people experience the need to develop their ability to structure and schedule tasks effectively, to get the most out of their day. By sticking to a time schedule, you'll enjoy your free time more and get satisfaction out of every moment! Remember: Keeping to a schedule is not a matter of will power, but the development of a habit of referring to the schedule and following its outline, and this habit development may take weeks of practice. Exceptions will occur, but afterwards return to the schedule's pattern. Why manage time? A person who deliberately undertake to schedule their time are not ones who have decided to spend all their time working and doing nothing else. They usually have decided to use the time they have to spend working anyway more efficiently, and to de-sensitise themselves to distractions that commonly occur. What does this de-sensitising involve? It means removing oneself from constant day-to-day, hour-to-hour confusion as to whether