Time Management Training Solutions – Creating Your Daily Plan South Africa
Time Management Training Solutions South Africa
Creating your Daily Plan – Time Management
After completing this time management training solutions, we will show you that the first thing you will do is to ensure that you have transferred your “MEETINGS WITH YOUR FUTURE” into your daily plan. After setting this time aside, allocate tasks to be completed during this time. This will help you to enhance your time management solutions.
Include as much detail as possible, if you need to make a phone call for example, include the telephone number, contact person and reason for the call on your daily planning sheet.
Time management is about self management, when you do this you will save yourself at least a half an hour the next morning and you will be equipped to start your day running. This clarity of purpose will give you a very clear picture of exactly what needs to be done and when you are going to carry out each task.
We have designed this time management training intervention to show you that the second advantage of doing your daily planning the night before is that it programs your reticular activating system to start searching for solutions to challenges you may be facing, while you are sleeping.
This time management training course will show you that once you have transferred all your goal specific actions to your daily plan, in the area of your plan you have set aside for “MEETING WITH YOUR FUTURE”. You must now allocate time to facilitate the tasks needed to perform your work related activities.
When you learn all the tools and techniques offered by this time management training system you will understand that, when carrying out this process, please ensure that you gather as much information as possible, so that you can avoid wasting time the following day searching for info.
After completing this time management training program you will understand that your daily planning can be completed in less than 15 minutes a day, if you invest effective time into creating your weekly, monthly, annual plan and activity lists.
the time management training solutions offered in this intervention, will show you how to use the 80-20 Rule originally stated by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto who noted that 80 percent of the reward comes from 20 percent of the effort. The trick to prioritizing is to isolate and identify that valuable 20 percent. Once identified, prioritize time to concentrate your work on those items with the greatest reward. Prioritize by color, number or letter — whichever method makes the most sense to you. Flagging items with a deadline is another idea for helping you stick to your priorities.
Please follow the link below to download the guidelines on how to build your daily Plan.
Five minute breaks
Once you have mastered this time management training program and understood this activity and time management routine, it is good practice to build a five minute break into your schedule every two hours. This will allow you to clear your head and although at first it will feel like you are wasting time. As you master this practice, you will actually be gaining time, by becoming more efficient.
The break every two hours will allow you to be far more effective during the next two hours. Give this concept a try, you will be amazed at how much more you will accomplish every day.
Author: Andrew Horton Time Management Training Solutions