Time Management Questions

Mental – Activity: Plan weekly and daily

10 Minutes 10 Questions for Productivity

  1. What projects will accomplish goals?
  2. What actions will accomplish projects?
  3. What are your repeating work tasks?
  4. What are your repeating home tasks?
  5. What are your favorite menu plans?
  6. What are your favorite recreational activities?
  7. Which actions are top priority?
  8. What’s the next action required? (David Allen) …learn more at GTD Essentials
  9. What is the best use of your time right now? (Alan Lakein)
  10. What activities am I not doing, that might help me reach goals if I did them? (Brian Tracy)

Have you increased your productivity this week? Productivity is an important skill to develop, which enables you to more effectively use your time for reaching your goals. This is a big activity to tackle, so take this week to really focus on two skills:

1) Plan weekly: choose a weekly plan form (see more @Free Tools), and take a few minutes to do a weekly review.

2) Plan daily: review, use a to-do list, and add incoming tasks to your system.

This is one of the weekly activities for a Year of Personal Development.

I seek to create order from the chaos of complex information. Join me at the Daily PlanIt to gain insights, inspiration, and information to increase skills for a better life. I unlock the power of teaching reading with phonics in the pursuit of literacy at www.phonicspow.com. In my spare time I explore books and movies, often choosing titles available on both screen and page.

Posted in productivity, Year of Personal Growth
3 comments on “Time Management Questions
  1. lifecoachmarie says:

    Right on – I love the questions, really good ones. I might use a few when I’m coaching! Maybe this article would be useful to other readers: http://wp.me/p22Vnn-6r. Uses the idea of planning weekly, but incorporates time chunking.

  2. […] PlanIt Pareto Principle IllustratedTime Management QuestionsTwo New Free Tools to Plan & Measure Goal ProgressDiscovery of the DayGoal Skills – […]

  3. […] briefly on both these topics previously, in the Mental Area under Increase productivity &  Plan weekly and daily. Since that time I’ve done some extensive updating on two posts: 1) Plan menus & […]

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