Do you find yourself complaining that you never have enough time? Are other people and things keeping you from getting things done? Perhaps you are a time management strategy victim. Perhaps your own negativity and passiveness are the real source of your time management issues.

Blaming others and responding to every distraction or crisis that hits your radar screen are the easy things to do. But when you choose to respond that way you’re allowing other people and other things to control your time and your destiny. You’re allowing hap-in-stance to determine how you will invest your time, and keeping yourself from the achievements that would make you successful. The only way to stop being a victim is to take control of your time by taking responsibility for how you will use your time at every moment of every day.

It’s impossible to make good time management strategy decisions when you are unclear about what you’re trying to accomplish. Develop a clear direction for where you’re headed and include a plan of action. That way you can make daily decisions related to the most important actions for you to take each and every day. You can make better decisions about how you will allocate the resources you have and the ones you need to acquire.

Multi-tasking is a myth. Your brain can only focus on one thing at a time. When you multi-task your brain is switching between tasks, and neither is getting the attention required to do whatever you’re doing well. Focus your attention on the actions you can take now to make the best use of your time. Face it time is an investment of a non-renewable resource. When you don’t get the most value from your time you’ve missed it and can never get it back. Sometimes when you miss an opportunity there isn’t a second chance ever.

The adage goes “if you can’t measure it you can’t manage it”. It’s true. If you don’t track and measure your outcomes you aren’t focusing on what you’re trying to achieve. You can have some success working that way, but if you want to ramp things up and be really successful you have to know that you’re doing the right things at the right time each and every day. Take advantage of the Time Management Analysis and start improving your time management strategies today.

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