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Have you noticed that whatever effort you put to manage your time it ended up poorly?
Well, time management is self-management.
If you cannot manage yourself, set healthy boundaries, and intentionally create that balance that you need to succeed in all aspects of life: self, family, business, spirituality, abundance, and belonging- then, it will not happen in your life time.
Don't let time wasters and disruptions occupy your schedule. There is time to check in for emails, texts, and calls that can wait until you are done. Returning an important call can be scheduled within a few hours in a day.
Don't cram your schedule to the maximum feeling like you have accomplished more but in fact, you run yourself out of fuel and have not really made any progress towards quality but just ticking the to-do lists of assorted unrelated tasks. Cluster your work in the way that it comes together strategically operating on the best use of time for that greatest result that you can get out of it.
Take time to have peace and calmness in your mind. The last thing that you can do is stay up late and being unable to sleep because the preoccupation of the mind has not settled in. Being grateful for how the day turned out regardless, is the best antidote for a restless sleep.
Spend more time with family and those you love and cherish the most. They wont be there all the time with you. When work is done, close the computer, table, phone, laptop, and other electronic devices and focus on creating memories that last.
Time well spent start with the end in mind (Stephen Covey). There are many things to do but are you doing the right things or doing things right? Quality versus quantity. Efficiency versus Effectiveness.
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