Time management is something that we all seek. We understand that time is our most valuable resource, but allocating that time properly has become more of a challenge. When it comes to utilizing time, it is important to identify how we are already utilizing the time that we have. You may be spending 30 minutes on Twitter every day. How you spend those 30 minutes depends on how productive you are. Spending 30 minutes on Twitter looking at the trending topics is not as productive as 30 minutes on Twitter connecting with your followers and following targeted users.
Some people are spending the same amount of time you are, but by making some small changes, these people are able to get more done. For a blogger, writing 5 blog posts in 30 minutes is more productive than doing typing speed tests for 30 minutes. There are too many people who complain about all of the goals that are not getting done. The simple fix may be to utilize the time you have dedicated to your goals differently.
There are many solutions to getting better time management such as using score cards and following these tips. However, getting better time management all comes down to how you are utilizing the time you already have. 30 minutes of watching is not as productive as 30 minutes of doing. Making better time with what you have starts by focusing on the time you are already using.
Sushil Ghorpade says
Just what I needed to start a revolution.
Marc Guberti says
Go get ’em!
It would be great if one day you had time (no pun intended!) to write a longer piece on this Marc. Such an interesting subject- a lot of people struggle with the time they have to do the things they want.
Marc Guberti says
I will be sure to do that soon.