Managing Your Time

timemanagementclockHere’s an excerpt from an article I wrote that was published in a national magazine this month:

  • Use only one calendar.
  • Schedule your time in blocks, including personal and work blocks.
  • Important projects should be handled early in the day when you are fresh.
  • Handle mundane work later in the day when you may not be as sharp.
  • Take time at the end of the day to plan for the following day.
  • Schedule phone time for following up with clients.
  • Set time aside for special projects or training programs.
  • Check email and phone messages periodically, schedule response times.
  • Keep your database and filing up to date, schedule time regularly.
  • Review your systems periodically to improve upon them.
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