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Learning Great Time Management Practices

By Guest Author On December 1, 2010 Under Personal Development

Time management is a funny thing. Just when something seems very important to get done, something else will come along that seems more important. Knowing how to learn good management of time is really more about prioritizing. Writing a list of what needs to get done in a certain amount of time, and then prioritizing what those items are will assist with getting everything done in a timely manner.

Whether it is work related or things that need to be done at home, it really is all the same. Knowing what needs to be done first, completed and put away is the first thing to address. Write a list first. Know what is the most important thing that needs to be addressed. At home, it may be cleaning the house, organizing the closet, cleaning out the car, paying the bills and on and on. This is when you identify what needs to be done, and in what order you will accomplish it.

Focusing on work may take more effort, depending on the need. But the same rules apply. Just identify what needs to be completed, write a list according to the priority and then focus on one thing at a time.

Party and events can be handled the same way, just on a larger scale. Decide on who will be helping out on this project. Make sure all contact information is current so there will be no problems contacting them should you need to. Give each of them a job that they will be responsible for. This will help with getting things done in a timely manner as delegating jobs is a very wise move for managing time.

After the jobs have been delegated to others, let them take care of what they feel is the most important things first, and work out their time management issues. Give them deadlines for reporting back so that you are still in charge of the entire situation, because the entire party or event is still under on person’s control. It has just been divided up among other people.

If a project is in progress and there is an issue with time, everyone who is working on that project needs to know what the restraints are. Make it clear when the jobs are expected to be completed and if there should be any issues or problems, have them contact the leader immediately.

Remaining in control of whatever is being addressed is the best way to stay within the time restraints. Focus on one thing at a time and get that one thing done before moving on to something else. Many people lose that concentration, end up trying to handle many things at once, which ends up taking up more time than if they focused on just one thing.

Time management is not difficult. It is really about organizing and prioritizing everything that needs to be done. Try doing that and only focusing on one thing at a time. It will save more time and frustration in the end.

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