Scheduling your life

Have a good think about what your dating goals are and time tables.

Do you see yourself married within 2 years? If you do then approach dating accordingly.



Book Friday: Time Management In an Instant: 60 Ways to Make the Most of Your Day

Time Management In An Instant helps the reader overcome this feeling of overload and avoid the traps that lead to an unproductive relationship with time.

It offers field-tested time habits and expert advice based on the latest research that will help the reader better manage, create, and spend their time with more satisfaction and results.

From: Getting Older Stinks

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Make Career Planning an Annual Event

Many of us have physicals, visit the eye doctor and dentist, and do a myriad of other things on an annual basis, so why not career planning?

Find a day or weekend once a year — more often if you feel the need or if you’re planning a major career change — and schedule a retreat for yourself.


Peak Time

Use your "peak time." Everyone has a time when they perform better. For some it is first thing in the morning. Others come alive in the afternoon or early evening. Focus your energy on your top priorities during the time when you are at your peak.


How to effectively delegate work

When delegating tasks, be specific about what you want done. Be clear as to the purpose of the delegated work and what kind of results you expect. Take the time to answer the person’s questions. This takes less time than redoing work.


Focus of time management

Remember, the focus of time management is actually changing your behaviors, not changing time. A good place to start is by eliminating your personal time-wasters.



Make a list of all your responsibilities as a business owner.

Prioritize them. Income-producing tasks should be at the top of your list. Place your prioritized list on your computer monitor. This will help you focus.


Slow down to think clearer

Whenever you feel overwhelmed by stress, practice speaking more slowly than usual. You’ll find that you think more clearly and react more reasonably to stressful situations


Managing 24/7

No matter how organized we are, there are always only 24 hours in a day.

Time doesn’t change. All we can actually manage is ourselves and what we do with the time that we have.


How’s your to-do list

Look at your daily "To-Do" list. It is too large or overly ambitious? Trim away the excess and keep only those activities that you absolutely have to finish.


Set aside time to relax each day

Some people prefer to relax right before bed to help fall asleep. Others relax first thing in the morning to start the day refreshed and revitalized.

Consider if there are times in the day when your stress level is high or your energy is low. These can be ideal times to schedule in a brief relaxation session.


Book Friday: The No Complaining Rule

"The No Complaining Rule :Positive Ways to Deal with Negativity at Work" demonstrates how you can conquer negativity and inspire others to adopt a positive attitude." Based on one company’s successful No Complaining Rule, the powerful principles and actionable plan are practical and easy-to-follow, making this book an ideal read for managers, team leaders and anyone interested in generating positive energy.

From: Getting Older Stinks

Clearing away clutter

Eliminate stuff, clear away clutter and clean your home. The more stuff you have, the more burdened your mind will be.

Getting rid unnecessary stuff may at first go against everything you know, but when you’ve done it, you’ll see the benefit.


Managing assigments and to-do’s

Our days are cluttered with "assignments" and "to-do’s." Time management experts recommend taking care of as much of the small stuff as possible right away.

For instance, stop on any quick errands you can on your way to work, then write back any quick e-mails, make any quick phone calls and get any other fast tasks out of the way immediately.



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