1. Set aside time to plan.

Spend 30 minutes per day planning how you will spend your time. If you don’t, you’ll end up going in circles and squandering time. Prefer to spend 15 minutes in the morning setting priorities for the day and 15 minutes at night setting goals for the next day and beyond if necessary.

2. Keep in mind that each day has 1,440 minutes.

They don’t change from day to day. If you understand this, you may devise a strategy for employing them appropriately. Recognize and accept that some of these minutes will be spent consistently day after day for critical work, some for personal purposes, and still others for physical needs. It is how you spend your remaining minutes that will determine your mental and financial well-being.

3. Combine ‘Energy Management’ and ‘Time Management.’

You can be the best planner ever, filling every minute of every day with important things, but if you don’t have the energy to accomplish them effectively, it’s all for naught. Prioritize and plan in time chunks that you can physically handle. Don’t overwork yourself.

4. Deal with the most pressing issues first.

They may not be the most enjoyable, but they are the most vital, therefore engage in them when you are physically and mentally rested.

5. Maintain your concentration.

Don’t get sidetracked by the flashy things around you. Remind yourself of the task at hand on a regular basis. Carry a shortlist on a “post-it” note with you as a visual reminder. With so much going on in the world around us, it’s easy to become sidetracked.

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