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There is a six-step program for improving time management Determine your life goals whether they are short term or long term Ask yourself questions and probe yourself deeper into how you plan to achieve these goals and where youll set up check points to make sure that youre on track Then proceed to what are my plans this means setting your intermediate range goals What you plan to do in the meanwhile while you are on your course to accomplishing your goals This leads to what are my actions What are the steps you will take to achieve these goals What is my master timetable In this step you set your schedule for the semester or quarter or one of your checkpoints What is my weekly timetable This is the schedule that you will follow from week to week this is how you will plan your time weekly to show major issues that you need to set aside time to accomplish Step 6 is what is on the to do list today This is simply a list of errands the exact same as a sticky note or notepad The same items that people use everyday in order to ensure that they will accomplish tasks that they have set aside before hand Being that these items were set aside before hand only stresses the importance of doing them no one would write down something in order to remember it if they didnt feel the slightest bit of obligation to getting it done Those people within the transition of life goals be it careers schooling etc may feel that the do not have to go through steps 1 through 3 right now although eventually these people will have to because what theyre in process of doing has everything to do with these steps They will eventually find themselves in the process of doing them anyway and one quality of being an effective time manager is using your
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