Make Better Use Of Your Time

Updated: Jun 25, 2019

Time is money. If you master time, you can pretty much rule the world.


The bad new is time flies. The good news is you're the pilot - Michael Altshuler


l.  Establish a routine

If you stick to accomplishing certain tasks everyday, you're more likely to plan your day wisely rather than just doing whatever comes to mind. Planning helps you have more time!




2. Make a designated time for calls

Interruptions can side track you from what you need to get done thus in turn postpones projects. Not to mention, it can be demotivating too. Tell friends to call at a certain time after you get the majority of your work done.




3. Use a daily planner

I've probably included this in a lot of articles. However, it is essential for success! When you can plan ahead you have more time for other things in your life.




4. Make the most in the morning

Wake up early and try to make an effort to do a small task like making yourself a good breakfast or organize your email before work. You'll feel so accomplished and more motivated to make good decisions later in the day.




5. Block out social media

Try your best to save social media later in the day after you're done eating dinner. By that time, you probably won't feel like doing work anyway so you can relax without feeling guilty. Work hard play hard.




6. You can't always get everything done

Don't beat yourself up, remember it's extremely hard to get everything done. Just do a little bit at a time. If you try to overcompensate, you could hurry and make more mistakes thus causing you to spend more time fixing them.




7.  Be early

This is such a hard one. I don't know why my brain can't comprehend this whenever I get into my car. Set an alarm to leave 15 minutes early before leaving. Not only will this help reduce stress but also give you extra time to look over information for a meeting or appointment.




8. If you get stuck, move on to the task

I remember in high school that if you get stuck on a problem, move on to the next one. I never listened and always had to rush to finish my test because I wasted so much time on one problem. Spending too much time on something, does more harm than good!



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