How to tame your time?

Time management is an increasingly important skill as it is often one of the cornerstones of success. Time management is all the more important because time is a very limited commodity that cannot be bought. Believe it or not, we always have some time in stock.  To gain more time step out of your comfort zone.

The perception of time begins to form from an early age when the daily rhythm begins to set for the child. In doing so, the perception of sequences of time begins to develop, such as, day, week, year. But more than the perception of sequences, an important is our attitude to them. In fact, the day has 24 hours, a week of 7 days, and a year of 356 (or 366 days). Everyone has their own beliefs about how much can be done within a given time, and this attitude dictates your success.

Can we control time?

If you look at the people around you, you will notice that those who rush most often leave behind many unfinished tasks and, nevertheless, start new ones again and again. On the other hand, there are those people who feel that they are in no hurry but nevertheless succeed in completing projects within the set time. As a result, it is often difficult for managers to evaluate how much time will a task take. As employees who are constantly rushing often show a higher level of adrenaline and commitment than those of the who take thing slowly.

We need people to listen and act on inner urges. But not always and not at all costs. Intellect enables us to grow and develop, while also deceiving us into lying to ourselves. This is also the case when we want to manage time successfully, and our internal clock often misleads us where we do not want it.

The most common mistakes in time management are:

  • there are too many tasks on the to-do list, or the list doesn’t exist at all,
  • no goals set,
  • wrong priorities,
  • not managing interference,
  • procrastination and
  • multi-tasking.

In other words, when you go with the flow, you will definitely run out of time. So take a peek outside your comfort zone and you will find a way to change a big part of your life. This will make you more efficient and able to find the time for those most enjoyable parts of your life.. However, if you are working as a freelancer or your company provides project management services, time management should start with a very personal and difficult question. What is the cost of your time?

So what steps you need to take to have more time.

  1. Set goals.
  2. Keep track of your time.
  3. Follow the 80/20 rule.
  4. Get rid of habits that cause procrastination.
  5. Take time to rest.
  6. Make your “to do” list one day early.
  7. Learn to say no.

However, since the road to efficient time allocation is not easy, we are at your service and are happy to help you be more efficient. Both in the business world and in your private life. They can be often inextricably intertwined. Coaching will help you manage time management quickly