People have been trying to ‘mange time’ long before they started teaching you how to eat your frogs before breakfast, the irony is the assumption that something external can be managed. The
The only thing you can manage is yourself, how you respond to the fact that you can’t pause time (well not yet anyway).
Successful Time Management boils down to how much personal responsibility you are willing to take.
Effective time management is actually more about self-management, and when you understand this then the tools and techniques for maximising your time can all be learned.
Next time you find yourself desperate for more time, make a note of how you had been spending your time. DON’T judge yourself just ask…
“what changes am I willing to make, or processes will I put into place so that I don’t feel like this again.”
You can’t fix what you won’t be honest with yourself about. Time Management is a lifetime of learning, that starts with awareness.
Business owners I work with learn how to integrate essential time management principles into their daily routine.
Their working day becomes much less stressful, productivity increases, and they are better able to prioritise tasks with ease making work much more enjoyable.