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Your To-do List Needs to be Shortened

In this series we have together built a weekly plan, a monthly plan, a yearly plan and gathered everything we need to do in a calendar. From this calendar your daily to do list is easily findable and you know … Continue reading

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Following up on Delegation – Coping with Stress at Work

In the previous part of this Time Management series we discussed delegation and how important it is. When you delegate you borrow others expertise and time, to complement your own. By delegating you can have 10 people working full time … Continue reading

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Dealing With Stress at Work – Learning to Delegate

Micromanaging is a pest both for managers and for employees, having to check up on every task, every activity takes an incredible amount of energy and leaves your employees feeling as though you don’t trust them. People are your most … Continue reading

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A Great Stress Relief Method – Writing Things Down

When working with people improving their efficiency one of the most common complaints is that they feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to start. Two years ago I was having an introductory meeting with a new student and she told … Continue reading

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How to Become Efficient by Using the 80/20 Rule

When you want to become more efficient many try to just do more with their time. I have found in my experience though that the greatest increase doesn’t come from doing more with less time, it comes from doing more … Continue reading

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How to Improve Time Management by Using Monthly and Yearly plans

Before you create a monthly and yearly plan I suggest that you read my articles on Quadrant 2 Mindset, Weekly plans and how to organize your days. When you have made a weekly plan you quickly see that some of … Continue reading

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How to use a Weekly Calendar to Combine Daily and Weekly Plan

Todays part of the series binds together your mindset, your weekly plan and your daily organizationinto a coherent system that gives you an overview and allows for unexpected events to come up. Planning by the week When you plan by … Continue reading

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How to Stop Procrastinating – 10 Things You can do Today

It is very easy to postpone doing tasks. A large task is often daunting and we want to put it off till later. We also know that those tasks are very important to us so they become a constant cause … Continue reading

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My Favorite Time Management Tip – Organizing by the Day

Last week we covered planning your week. When I started making my weekly plans I started saving a lot of time, but it wasn’t before I started organizing and prioritizing my day that I really saved time. Since your weekly … Continue reading

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The Most Important Time Management Skill – Planning by the Week

Time management is about increasing your efficiency and saving your time and energy. Since so many of us struggle with stress, being able to free up 2 hours/day would be a huge relief. Being proficient time management can save you … Continue reading

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