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What Changes Do You Need to Make You Understand How You Use Your Time?

January 3, 2013

Last week, we spoke about the value of your time and your action.  Whenever you are about to begin a task, stop and 112estimate how long the task will take then compare how long it actually took.  You can learn an incredible amount from this exercise.  So …

 

What did you notice and what did you learn?

What are you going to change as a result of what you learnt?

Have you started to make these changes?

If yes, congratulations on taking action.  If no, not yet … why not, what is stopping you from improving?

 

Some additional questions to think about:

  • How does your day start?
  • Do you have enough time or do changes have to be made?
  • When checking your emails does it go on too long?  Do you have enough time or do changes have to be made?
  • Is your evening at home enjoyable, and do you have enough time or do changes have to be made?
  • Do you enjoy your weekends or do changes have to be made?

 

Action

Evaluate every task, to gain a better understanding of how well you use your time.  If you didn’t do the time tracking last week, feel free to go to the website www.lifestylerefocus.com.au/free-resources to download the time tracking forms.  Think about one small change you could make that will support you on your journey to creating a better life.

 

Thank you and I look forward to sharing more tips, strategies and skills to support you to be more organised so that you too can create a better life.

 “Be an inspiration to yourself and

you will be an inspiration to others.”

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