Time management 101

TimeManagement101A Tutorial for Increasing Productivity

calendarThe System

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The Routine

The Focus

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The Plan: use your system to plan and review

Get Organized

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Goals and Productivity are like peanut butter and jelly. To spend your time where it most matters to you, begin by setting goals that align with your value statement or Unique Selling Proposition. Learn how to set goals and achieve them with this free tutorial. Learn more with the Daily PlanIt eBook “Get Goaling”

“Efficiency is doing the job right. Effectiveness is doing the right job.”-Peter Drucker

The 4 x 3 = Time Table describes four methods to manage three things.

Toolbox

Tools for Productivity (hint: see Free Tools)

Daily

Weekly

Learn about the study of productivity, with videos and courses

Master Productivity: Productivity Levels (pdf based on posts at The 2Time Mgt Blog)

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I enjoy finding great information, combining it in new ways, and packaging it creatively. I'm highly interested in the areas of goal setting, time management, and skills to improve life.

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29 comments on “Time management 101
  1. I like your list. Thanks for the link!

  2. bwoods says:

    This is a great list you have put together. I am saving it and will be revisiting often.

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  10. Justin says:

    This is a great post! I find that a visual representation really keeps me focused and on track. Whether it’s personal fitness, meditation, work, or sleep, I always keep everything organized with my wellness planner Owaves (www.owaves.com). It has a really unique fun and visual platform which I contribute my productivity to.

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