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Time Management Skills to Reduce Stress and Improve Success

Time is really the only capital that any human being has, and the only thing he can’t afford to lose. – Thomas Edison

Do you often feel as if you worked so hard but still didn’t accomplish anything? It’s impossible to add more hours to the day but it is possible to start working a lot smarter. Time management and organizational skills aren’t usually taught in school however – it is an essential skill needed to manage our priorities and maintain our wellness. Focusing on the things that are the highest priority and creating a realistic schedule are key methods of stress relief management. It is also a proven way to maximize your personal development success.

There are tools available that can teach how to learn time management in a fun and engaging way. As you prepare to learn how you can improve your time management, it is a good idea to see where you are right this second.

Try asking yourself some of the following questions:

1. Are you prioritizing your day to day tasks on a consistent basis?

2. Do you often find yourself completing tasks at the last minute, or even asking for extensions?

3. Have you set aside time in your daily schedule for planning and organizing?

4. Do you find yourself dealing with distractions and interruptions more often than you would like?

5. Do you tackle your objectives based on how important they are?

6. Is your life consumed by stresses that are accompanied by deadlines and commitments?

7. Before you take on a new task, do you check to make sure that the results will be equal to or greater than the time spent on it?

If these questions hit a nerve, you are not alone. Millions of people do not prioritize things, build in time for planning, or assign values to tasks. If you can’t say that you have been managing time correctly, there is hope. This program will reveal some of the most effective strategies for getting the absolute most out of your time.

As internationally known time management expert Peter Turla said: “Living your life without a plan is like watching television with someone else holding the remote control.”


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