Shifting your time to maximize your day.
Have you ever thought about how you can organize your time so
that you can maximize your day?
There is nothing worse than running out of money before
your month is over. Right up there is running out of
time before you have finished the end of your day.
Maybe it’s time to take your day back by tossing in
just a tiny bit of organizing. The best time to do this is
either the evening before, or the first thing in the morning.
There is nothing magic or complicated about doing this.
Time does not stand still, so don’t waste it trying to
over-think what I am about to tell you. This is simple,
and should save you a few minutes a day. Those
minutes add up to hours, to days, etc.
Whenever you do this, you will need to write this
down on paper, not just type letters into your computer.
How may things on your computer do you forget about,
and/or ignore? The same goes for your smart phone.
The “Smarties” are great for some things, but organizing
takes putting things into your head so that you remember
what you need to do.
Here we go. . .
1. Organize your most important things to do for the day.
2. Try to order them in the order that each will be done.
3. Decide which tasks will take you where. In other words,
Are all of your tasks done in front of a computer?
Which projects take you out of your home or office?
Okay, so far nothing really new. Here is where the “Time Shifting”
comes into play.
There are other minor things that you know that you will be doing.
Maybe it’s picking up stamps from the post office,
or getting gas in your car.
If any of your tasks involve going out, then take that opportunity to do
those outside tasks (i.e. getting gas, stamps).
When working online do not try to do these time saving
short cuts as working online does not allow for letting
you save time in this way. Unless your are ULTRA-organized,
this “Time Shifting” method will only serve to distract
you, and waste your time if you work online.
Doing my best, to help you do yours,