Clarify your objectives. Put them in writing. Then set your priorities. Make sure you’re getting what you really want out of life.
Focus on objectives, not on activities. Your most important activities are those that help you accomplish your objectives.
Set at least one major objective each day and achieve it.
Record a time log periodically to analyze how you use your time, and keep bad time habits out of your life...
Analyze everything you do in terms of your objectives. Find out what you do, when you do it, why you do it. Ask yourself what would happen if you didn’t do it. If the answer is nothing, then stop doing it...
Eliminate at least one time-waster from your life each week...
Plan your time. Write out a plan for each week. Ask yourself what you hope to accomplish by the end of the week and what you will need to do to achieve those results.
Make a to-do list every day. Be sure it includes your daily objectives, priorities, and time estimates, not just random activities.
Schedule your time every day to make sure you accomplish the most important things first. Be sure to leave room for the unexpected and for interruptions. But remember that things that are scheduled have a better chance of working out than things that are unscheduled.
Make sure that the first hour of your workday is productive.
Set time limits for every task you undertake...
Take the time to do it right the first time. You won’t have to waste time doing it over...
Eliminate recurring crises from your life. Find out why things keep going wrong. Learn to be proactive instead of reactive.
Institute a quiet hour in your day – a block of uninterrupted time for your most important tasks.
Develop the habit of finishing what you start. Don’t jump from one thing to another, leaving a string of unfinished tasks behind you.
Conquer procrastination. Learn to do it now.
Make better time management a daily habit. Set your objectives, clarify your priorities, plan and schedule your time.
Do first things first. Resistyour impulses to do unscheduled tasks. Review your activities.
Never spend time on less important things when you could be spending it on more important things.
Take time for yourself—time to dream, time to relax, time to live.
Develop a personal philosophy of time – what time means to you and how time relates to your life.
Taming the time
Philosophy of time
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