Whatever job you do, if you are in a management or executive role, you will utilize a number of resources. People, money, materials all are important. In any particular job, one resource may predominate. But, there’s one resource we all have in common: TIME. Everyone occasionally experience problems getting everything done, and doing it all in the time available. For some, such problems seem perpetually to exist to one degree or another.
Many people know how precious time is everyday in lives. I’m always trying to maximize time that I have every day to be more productive as I do not want to fall behind. This is because our time is valuable and finding extra time to catch up is sometimes impossible. However, managing time is a learning process. It’s essential to learn new ways to manage our time properly so that we can be more productive.
Most of the time, we have to be able to easily adjust as the time schedule plays a big role to account for to complete each task. I always write down each task to be performed and how much time do I need to spend on the task. At the end of the day, I can know how much time allocated for each task collectively. Thus, it can allow me to utilize my time in a much more balanced and effective way. And, sometimes I can feel a strong sense of accomplishment from everything that I have done.
Besides that, prioritizing to-do list is also important in order for me to achieve better results by focusing on the things that really matter to me. I always rate my tasks into categories using the High, Mid, Low prioritization system so that I won’t feel much more stressed, and struggled.
Time management is not optional. It’s something that everyone who wants to work effectively must consider whether formally or informally. In fact, everyone practice time management to some degree, but the only question is how well they do it and how it affects what they do.