Thursday, 10 August
Today's Topic
Time Management

Skill + Do

Working on your time tracker is a gift to yourself…the revelations will astound you and may hurt too. ("I spent how much time doing THAT this week?").

The TOP 10% are pretty darn good at mastering time because they simply keep blinders on in pursuit of their goals. They don’t bother with anything unproductive. That kind of discipline is typically an acquired skill and improves by doing time-tracking exercises.

Of course, you’d rather do many other fun things other than charting where your time went during the week, but uncovering and itemizing the things that derail your productivity is key if you’re going to get a grip on your calendar.

Time tracking reveals how much time you’re spending against UNproductive activities, like "Internal Meetings," "Data Entry," and certainly, "Social Distractions.". Granted, some of these tasks you must do, but understanding how much time you spend against all job functions will help you make decisions about your productivity.

Or, follow your TOP 10% friends and do what they do: ignore everything that gets between you and hitting your goals.

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"Time management is an oxymoron. Time is beyond our control, and the clock keeps ticking regardless of how we lead our lives. Priority management is the answer to maximizing the time we have." -John C. Maxwell

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