Personal Time Management Guide
Natalie’s Personal Time Management Guide Notes:
I can’t remember exactly what resources I compiled these from but these are the questions I ask myself whilst working out my goals, both general and self development goals or to look at my values. To get my actions in check with my goals and all looking at what I truly want.
Some of these are information from my personal notebook others are questions to ask yourself.
Hopefully they make sense.
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♦ What are your goals? 1 to 5 years
♦ Who, what, when for the future
♦ Home & Family Goals
♦ Work & Business goals and contributions
Self Development Goals
♦ What would you do if you won the lotto?
♦ What would you do if you only had 6 months left (this question looks at values)?
♦ What one great thing would you dare to dream if you knew you couldn’t fail?
♦ Goals must be in writing – clear and specific
ORGANISED PLAN OF ACTION:
♦ Taking action without a plan is inefficient
♦ Take your objective and write down every step required to achieve that goal.
♦ Organise and plan action steps required, prioritise more or less important tasks
♦ Making a list improves productivity by 25%.
♦ Each item is checked off when completed
♦ The idea of the list is a accomplishment successfully completing the list
♦ Establishes the 20% relevant and 80% irrelevant.
♦ What is the most valuable use of my time?
♦ Is this the top pay off
I am short on time this afternoon, but in a later blog post I will put links up to documents I use to get myself on track.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog.
Remember, An attempt failed has more chance of success than making no movement forward at all. Do the best with what you have. You can achieve anything you set your mind to.