Pragmatic time management does not need to always consist of getting the job finished before you are really done doing it the right way. While this may put the problem in the “out” basket and out of your mind, it will not provide the best results quality-wise. There are various ways to get things done with excellence, on time, and still have time to spare for yourself, and those you love.
In this book you will learn new and pragmatic time management skills. Let me show you, how not just be able to finish the work before thedeadline, but also how to maintain a work environment, free of over piled assignments and backlogged “things-to-do”!Yes, your work life can be free of task build-ups and messes!
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Effective Secrets to Improved Time Management
Make Time at the Start of the Day
Organize Your Backed-Up Tasks
When Urgent New Work Simply cannot be put Off…
Daily Incoming Work
The Main Principles of Time Management
Having your vision in your sights
Finish Your Circles
A Little Bit all the Time
Clarify Your Boundaries
“Closed” Lists Defined & Discussed
Group the backlog into one “unit”.
Get Ready for the New Order
The Backed-Up Baggage has got to go.
Incinerate the Interruptions
Novelty or Just Devotion?
So what do I Need to Do?
Is it really possible to for me to implement change into the random nature of my day to day life?
Can I utilize the techniques I have learned in a manner that is organized and effective?
Creativity in Organization as it Relates to Effectiveness
They would be potently self-motivated.
They would get everything done, every day.
They could accomplish the tasks neglected by others.
They know there stuff beforehand.
If they hit a bump, they figure it out and don’t hit it again.
Delegate, but don’t tempt fate.
Future dreams would finally enter the planning stage.
They would be fast in their efficient productivity.
Emergencies don’t Even Phase Them.
They would possess the skill and ability to take on more.
Rolling with the Flow Once Again
Do it Until it’s Done
Dealing With “Reaction”? Fake ‘em out!
Work in Set Groups of Time
How are you feeling?
Allow Yourself to Rest