Brenda Liz Gines

If you are from people who have more energy early in the morning, for example, plan the most important activities at that time. One of the main distractors is to perform several different tasks at the same time. Set realistic achievements dates, do not commit to meet when we know that we will have difficulties to do so. (b) have always nearby where you write (ideas, commitments, etc.) so will not lose time trying to remember this information when need them. (c) create a file/storage system that allows you to quickly get what you need. A good system to find things is the most important aspect of the management of time and organization.

Not collect trash: check your papers/belongings periodically, archive / save what they need, donate what you aren’t using and discard what you have to throw away. (d) keep clean and tidy areas where you will be in activity: the disorder prevents productivity and you get frustrated. (e) keep up-to-date priority lists. (f) learn how to say NO: you don’t have to say yes to everything. You should not feel guilty by saying NO. Be educated, but to be clear with the things that aren’t willing to spend your valuable time in them.

g) prevents the routine and adds fun to the tasks, then you tips you. THE challenge each person is different and perhaps requires to adapt these guidelines to your circumstances. The most important are the benefits you will receive: when know what occupy your time, if you are really balanced, to give account if the time you control or you control time. Practice guidelines and recommendations for a week and see your results. You could give you realize that the sum of wasted minutes confirm you that you can do more to leverage your time in recreation or productivity, or that in 23 hours can do what currently occupies you 24 hours and you will with that remaining time? Remember, time is money.