Managing time is about spending time and effort in doing tasks that are the most important to you.
Learn techniques to manage time better by participating in Time Management Training Course delivered by pdtraining in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington.
There are various tasks we must do every day, including caring for ourselves, our home, and our family. There are some tasks that we must do occasionally, such as calling the bank, visiting people, listening to the news, etc.
Many of us discover that we are dissatisfied with our lives because we do not have enough time to do things that we want to do. Management of time, in such a case, can help to achieve the larger goals in life, the ones that are the most important to you. The big question here is how to manage time. Here are the answers:
For time management to give beneficial results, it is crucial to prioritise right. You need to determine what holds the most value in your life. When prioritising, include all areas of your life and not only your work. Think about what will hold the same value for you after years. When prioritising, think about your long-term goals and dreams. Include the people whom you would want to be with when you achieve your goals.
2. Identify Your Uniqueness
Every person has different limitations and different strengths. For you to manage your time efficiently, you need to use your strengths and slowly overcome your limitations. For example, if you are persistent, but not a hard worker, you may choose tasks that require persistence, and then work on adding a little more time to work over a period of time.
3. Be Realistic
Managing time is not the same as working harder. You do not need to put in more hours in a day, you only have to choose when to do what and to remove distractions. When creating goals and determining the time you will spend on them, be realistic. Plan tasks that you think you will be able to handle in the long run without negative side effects such as bad health, financial loss, unpleasantness in family life, etc.
For effective time management, you also need to develop the habit of keeping things organised. Using a calendar to mark tasks to be done, uncluttering your workspace from time to time, creating rituals are methods to manage time properly.
5. Overcome Procrastination
Many of us understand that we need to manage our time, we even plan extensively on how we are going to do it, but at the end we fail to act on it. It is a good idea to include the time from when you will be implementing time management in your time management plan. That will help you to get started on managing your time better and leading a fulfilling life.
Pdtraining delivers 1000’s of professional development courses each year in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington and other cities, so you can be assured your training will be delivered by a qualified and experienced trainer.
All public Time Management Training courses include am/pm tea, lunch, printed courseware and a certificate of completion. Customised courses are available upon request so please contact pdtraining on 0800 003150 to learn more.