Several years ago I had to come up with a way to avoid the "Flapsi Hapsi" method that so many of my employees were using, so I designed and implemented a Time Management and Paperwork Management System and I and many of my former employees, friends, and family have used my method ever since. This blog explains how to do it or how to create your own version. Remember "See it, Deal with it, Bin, File, or Pass it", but don't "Leave it".
Sunday, 1 October 2017
Never put uncompleted activities from today at the top of tomorrow's 'to do' list. You must re-prioritise them.
Purchase, hire or borrow audio recordings, podcasts or DVD's on time management, self-motivation and similar subjects, as well as any which are available in your professional field, and listen to them whenever you are travelling in your car.
Write a memo to yourself for future reference whenever you have completed a difficult task which you will have to do again in the future. You will benefit more from an experience if you have made a written record of your mistakes and of the lessons learned.
Get at least ten minutes of programmed exercise every day, and throughout the day use every opportunity to walk, stand, climb stairs, bend over, etc. This not only promotes health but also increases 'prime time' by reducing fatigue.