Monday, December 31, 2007
2007 is coming to an end and undoubtedly, someone will ask you about your resolutions. Some of us will try to break habits, others will try to effect new ones. Whatever you are trying to do, time management will come into play. How can we make lasting change when time is already short or seemingly non-existent?
Read the eye-opening list of statistics from Dr. Donald Wetmore regarding time management. Understand the monumental effort it will take to make lasting changes and remember to be easy on yourself as we enter the new year.
Some things to keep in mind:
1. Evaluate your life - what's missing? what's negative and needs to be addressed?
2. Re-evaluate how you go about doing things - do you complete what you set out to do? do you need to change your approach to change your results?
3. Set boundaries - learn to say 'no.' The most important word in protecting time to do what you want to.
Have a safe and Happy New Year!
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