Time Management

 

I just finished a time management class at the Institute of Metaphysical Sciences, which was taught by Dr. Doug Kelley.  It was a great class and I really enjoyed it.

The main points included:

  • Time management is largely a matter of using good common sense and working smart.
  • The most effective time management device is a “To Do List.”
  • Ask yourself what is the best use of my time right now.
  • If you do what you should do, when you should do it, you will be successful in anything you attempt.
  • When you boil it all down, doing anything worthwhile takes a healthy measure of self-discipline.
  • Procrastination is the biggest barrier to time management and productivity.
  • The most effective way of reducing an overburdened schedule is to prioritize your activities and learn how to say “no.”

 

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