You are the master of time management if:
Each moment spent has a defined purpose. You place your priorities toward the top of your to-do list and ensure that these responsibilities get completed.
Your priorities change according to the environment you find yourself in.
Time is of the essence in your workplace; and you develop tunnel vision when it comes to checking tasks off of your to-do list.
When you are in the office, you close the door to all distractions. Texting friends, reading the news, and checking Facebook all take a backseat to the work that quickly piles up on your desk.
At times, focusing on your workload may be challenging. However, you always conquer distractions because you know that your family’s livelihood is dependent on your performance.
When you’re at home, the itinerary is far more relaxed, but things still get done.
You are aware that there are only so many hours in the day. For this reason, the kids have a to-do list. They must tidy up their bedrooms, load the dishwasher, and complete their homework before they can play.
You ensure that the house looks reasonably clean and dinner is ready before you allow yourself to unwind and enjoy some relaxing family time.
But sometimes, like on a particularly stressful day, you are perfectly fine with letting the mess sit and ordering pizza for dinner. Some days, sparing your sanity takes precedence over all tasks on your to-do list!
Today, why not focus on streamlining your performance and optimizing your time for success!
- Do I manage my time efficiently?
- What can I do to get more done in less time?
- Can I delegate tasks that do not require my immediate attention?
Why not take the time to comment and let me know your answers
Till Next Time
The Time Doctor – Mike Gardner