Time is a twofold concept. On the one hand, we have it in abundance, and it is still a lot in stock. On the other hand, every second we spent was gone, and gone forever. And the main question is how we spent it.
Analyzing what you want to do and what you’re really doing helps you assess how effectively you’re using your time.
Most time management systems focus on the rational distribution of time, paying little attention to the actual tasks and goals. But not all. For example, the Eisenhower matrix helps to formulate and identify tasks, distributing them by importance: Continue reading
1. Time-management. This is said by many, but most of these people do not have this interesting skill. The essence of time management is to learn not to postpone the most important things for later.
Never engage in a bunch of “urgent” small things that do not bring results to achieve Your goals. Try to delegate them to your subordinates. If You decide to create your own business, then manage your own time. Do not drag yourself into the endless abyss of solving problems in the family, with children, and other small household problems. This is not how business is done. Continue reading