Effective Time Management – Ten Top Tips Have you ever thought to yourself that there aren’t enough hours in the day, or felt overwhelmed at the tasks facing you? If you have, this article can help you! • Clarify your goals and strategy. Be very clear about your aims and ambitions, both short
Have you ever thought to yourself that there aren’t enough hours in the day, or felt overwhelmed at the tasks facing you? If you have,read on. • Clarify your goals and strategy. Be very clear about your aims and ambitions, both short and long term. Write them down. Once you know what you really want
Time doesn’t exist of course.
It’s a word we created to give the illusion we can control change.
We love the idea of control.
We hate change.
All life is change, all change is life.
We can absolutely control one thing, one very important thing. One thing that is in fact a Game Changer
Our actions and Our response:
To events…to change…to outcomes…to effort…
One of the best ways to control ‘time’ that is manage you effort is by creating A List
Not just a list of things to do, but a prioritized list
Classify the things that are on your ‘to do’ list
Create a list that is do-able.
Think about this – All systems that survive function on Vital activities first and then worry about everything else.
When there is a challenge to your bodies’ systems, injury, virus etc, the body shuts down everything it doesn’t need to fight the attack, and then only when health is back does it relax its grip on the rest of its systems.
You sleep a lot when you are sick because the body shuts down all non essential activities, like- staying awake and blundering around using vital energy.The body needs that energy to fight.
That’s how you achieve anything in your life. Athletes call it going into ‘the zone’– focus on the vital only, all else is ignored.
A great athlete tends to be one who can summon tremendous powers of concentration to complete the race or the tennis match or the golf swing. Focus on the Vital, first.