Personal & Time Management Training

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Time management define the way that we organize and plan how long you spend on specific activities.

  • Set  a goals correctly.
  • Prioritize Wise your time.
  • Set a Time Limit.
  • Take a Breaks between task.
  • Organised your Self.
  • Remove Non-essential tasks
  • Plan Ahead.
 Any Repeating task is always a waste of you & it would be worth investing some time to identify the cause of the problem & then fix it.
 First  set up an improved system to stop them happening at all.
Second you can make dealing with them into a routing so that you can then delegate it.
Third You can set up a system so that you don’t have to think about how to sort it out, So that you can do work quicker & with less mental effort.
You always built or create a reliable foundation for the time management system and the Reliable Foundation is the tools you use to run your life efficient.
The point is that your time has a value not just your hourly rate plus cost of desk,computer,heating,tax etc.Which approximately double the cost but on top of that is the opportunity cost.
 Know Your Value, Per Hour,Per Mints. Start with realizing the Vale of Your Time as well as don’t tolerate anything inefficient or Unreliable.
Realize that it is costing your real time which is real money & its worth for you.Spending either money or time to put it right way if it is happening on regular basis it all add up really fast.
What do you have to spend time on that is not adding value & How much is this costing per week or per year.Work for a set amount of time & then Reward Yourself.
You can Manage Your Time as per below:
  • 20 Minutes of Social Media.
  • After 7 PM No Phone Uses
  • Work for yourself before 9 AM
  • Use DND mode in Mobile. 
 Advantage of Time Management.
  • Better productivity and efficiency.
  • A better professional reputation.
  • Less stress.
  • Increased opportunities for advancement.
  • Greater opportunities to achieve important life and career goals.
Disadvantage of Time Management.
  • Missed deadlines.
  • Inefficient work flow.
  • Poor work quality.
 
 
 
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