Manage time to do those things that are important to you. If you look at the major areas of your life you can assess which area might be neglected. Do you manage time to address:
- Personal, self nurturing
- Relationships with family, friends
- Spiritual, religious
- Health, well being
- Career, work
- Educational, professional development
If time management is not your strong suit then start by selecting 1 area that is important. What is the 1 thing that you could do in that particular area that would satisfy you? Now manage time and decide how much time you want to spend doing this 1 thing. The next tip I have for you is to SCHEDULE time do this on a specific day, that’s right, put it on your calendar.
Today’s Time Management Tip
Watch your favorite movie alone or with someone special. Spend up to 120 minutes without the distractions of email, social media and phone calls. Relax and laugh, cry or whatever feelings the movie evokes. Time management allows for time to address your personal and social needs. Get off of the hamster wheel and unwind from your busy schedule. In fact, make movie time a regular part of your schedule. It can be once a week or once a month, the important thing is to manage to make time to do this. Manage time and create this block of time for personal and social reasons, you are worth it!