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Time Management Tips 9 years 9 months ago #251

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Read our selection of Time Management tips and articles. Feel free to contribute your own tips!!

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Learn to say no! 9 years 9 months ago #252

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Learn to say no! If you're over-extended it might be because you're not practiced at saying no. Constant requests (or expectations from others) can lead to a shortage of hours in the day.

If saying no is a problem for you, defer. When you are asked to do something that you're not sure about, simply say, "Can I get back to you tomorrow?" This gives you a buffer zone to really consider if you want or have the time to commit.
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Delegate! 9 years 9 months ago #253

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Delegate! Can certain tasks fall off your list altogether? Can someone else take care of these tasks for you? Try not to be a control freak. It's not in your best interests!
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Prioritise! 9 years 9 months ago #254

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Time Management: Prioritising.

Break down big jobs – scope the work by listing elements of the bigger picture. What’s the first step? The next step? Note all the other steps or last tasks required to complete the project. What’s the most important thing I can be doing with my time right now? How can my energy best be spent? Eliminate stuff that is trivial (anything that has no long term consequences), or delegate.
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Use your time well! 9 years 9 months ago #255

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Remember - We all have the same number of hours in a day, it’s up to you how you use them!
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Take 5 9 years 9 months ago #256

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Time Management: SHORT ON TIME? “TAKE 5”
A great way to tackle clutter and disorder is to “Take 5”. Resolve to take action by taking 5 – put away, throw out, tidy or reassess five objects in that area. Don’t move away without touching 5 objects! This is also a great strategy if you feel overwhelmed and short on time. Works a treat with paper too. You’ll be organised in no time at all!
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