The goal of Time Management is to teach you how to use your time to your advantage. We start by setting and defining your goals. Goals should always be written in specific terms, time-framed, measurable, important, aligned with organizational strategy, and challenging yet achievable. Learn how to identify and prioritize goals to ensure critical work gets done, make the most of scheduling tools, alleviate work overloads, eliminate time wasters, avoid burnout and delegate effectively. The book has generously provided useful tools for you to use to help you take your time back. The key point to take away from this book is, how you can use your goals as a guide to effectiveness and to help you analyze how you spend and schedule your time appropriately.
YOU WILL NEVER FORGET:
- Goals are the starting point of effective time management
- Goals should be written in specific terms, time-framed, measurable, important, aligned with organizational strategy, and challenging yet achievable
- To keep a detailed activity log
- The three causes of procrastination: the task is unpleasant/ uninteresting, you’re afraid to fail, you do not know where to begin
- Delegating is important
I highly recommend this book to anyone who feels overwhelmed by time. Time Management is great for managers and employees alike. Learning how to distinguish and organize your goals is the most important step to achieving them. Using the tools provided to you by the author is sure to keep you on track.
Read Time: Approximately 1-2 hours
Genre: General Management
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