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10 Tips for More Effective Time Management - by Michael Pollock
An entire industry has been born out of the need to better manage our time.
You can buy leather bound planners, fancy software packages, books, tapes and hand-held
computers. You can even attend week long seminars that teach better time management
I`m sure most of those resources are very good. I`d like to suggest however,
before spending your hard earned money on any of them, you try these 10 simple tips
for effective time management.
1. It`s not time management. It`s self management.
You can`t control time and so, you certainly can`t manage it. You get as much
time as anyone else. You CAN control yourself - what you be and do in each moment
of time. In the words of English poet, Austin Dobson, "Time goes, you say? Ah, no!
Alas, time stays, we go."
2. Keep and USE a simple, "block" type, weekly calendar.
I use a two page weekly calendar with one hour increments in each block. Page
1 covers Mon-Sun, 4 a.m.-12 noon. Page 2 covers Mon-Sun, 1 p.m.-9 p.m. Each one
hour block of time should be big enough to write in any appointments. You can use
Microsoft Works to print a calendar such as this. Keep it with you at all times.
3. Keep a simple, "block" type, monthly calendar.
Any appointments that don`t fall in the current week can be written in one of
the blocks on your monthly calendar. Again, Microsoft Works will produce a monthly
calendar such as this. Keep this calendar with you all the time as well.
4. Plan your week in advance.
Spend an hour Sunday evening planning the coming week. Transfer appointments
from your monthly calendar to your weekly calendar. When you see how many open blocks
of time you actually have, you`ll feel a much greater sense of control and peace.
5. Invest each one hour block of time.
Each of your one hour blocks represents an investment opportunity. How you invest
your block will determine your future return. What you sow in each block, you will
reap in future blocks. Consider cutting back on any activities that will not yield
some benefit, such as excessive TV or web surfing.
6. Plan and schedule as much as you can.
Don`t just schedule work related appointments. Schedule as much as possible,
such as time with your kids, family or significant other, sleep, eating, exercise,
spiritual practice, reading, TV time, play time, laundry, shopping, writing, marketing
your business, answering emails and phone calls.
7. As much as possible, stay in the current block mentally.
If your block for 8:00 p.m., Monday says "type newsletter," direct all your energies
to typing your newsletter. Don`t even think about what your block for 9:00 p.m.,
Tuesday evening says or what you didn`t complete in your block for 6:00 p.m., Monday
evening. Be and do 100 % in the current block.
8. Say "NO" to non-emergency, "out of the block" activities.
Eliminate distractions as much as possible. Close your door, turn off the ringer
on your phone or simply ask to not be disturbed. With the exception of emergencies,
the only thing that matters is what you have to do in the current block.
9. Plan "untimed" or free time just for you.
It`s okay, and I`d suggest even healthy to plan time to just "goof-off" or play.
If you set aside time for it in advance, it`s less likely to come up spontaneously
and distract you from other tasks.
10. Stick to your plan.
Need I say more? Your schedule will work only as well as you commit to it. Keep
it with you everywhere you go and refer to it often. Keep asking yourself "am being
and doing what scheduled for the current block right now?"
By incorporating these 10 tips into your time/self management plan, you`ll create
more space to be, do and have more in you life. Further, you`ll also approach your
life in a more proactive and intentional manner.
If you have any questions about the "In the Block" time/self management plan,
feel free to email me. I`d love to hear from you!
Michael Pollock is a popular on-line
writer and Personal Coach. He empowers proactive people to create lives that are
inspired, power-full and prosperous. It`s your life. Make it great! Visit his website
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