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ORGANIZING YOUR TIME

Your allotment of time is exactly the same as everyone else's. The person who accomplishes much more than you think you can do has the same number of hours and minutes in the day as you. So, how does this person seem to accomplish so much more? Generally, the most efficient and effective users of time follow the guidelines below.

They

  • Organize, plan, and prioritize time

  • Use technology, resources and other work tools to put ideas and work directions into action

  • Respond to and meet new work challenges as well as changes which occur within an individual's life.

  • Take Responsibility for assuring work quality, safety and results.

  • Identify goals in order of importance to fulfil the needs of the worker, the parent (family), and as a member of the community.

Knowing what you want and how to reach your goal is an important skill. Be careful what you choose as your goals because you will probably achieve them if you approach reaching them in a methodical way. Making lists, focusing on steps to reach an outcome, and rewarding yourself upon completion are the skills necessary to achieving success in all facets of your life.


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