Taming Time Management - Episode #28
Release Date: 09/09/2019
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Do you feel like you never have enough time? We could all use some help with time management and that’s what this episode is all about as hosts Kelly Palace and Maria Parker share five key points that will help you be more productive and make time for more of the things you love doing.
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More About Time Management
Make the most of your time with these 5 pillars of time management:
- Prioritize the toughest thing on your to-do list first
- Eating the frog - Make sure you are doing what is most important first
- Eliminate distractions in order to focus
- Deep thinking - a skill that many are missing now
- We are 40% faster in productivity when we aren't interrupted
- TIP - Set time blocks for focused work
- Put it on the schedule
- Use shared calendars with those that need to know
- Put fun things on the schedule too
- Just say no
- Know your priorities so you can focus on them
- Delegate - It's a boss skill
- Ask other people to handle tasks they can do for you, so you can focus on the important ones.
Episode Topics and Mentions
Buffer of time
Dave Jackson - The School of Podcasting
Action Items From the Hosts
Maria: Figure out what to delegate - and take the time to do it.
Kelly: Say no to yourself and don’t look for things to do that are not on your priority list.
Quote of the Week:
“It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?” -- Henry David Thoreau
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