Dispelling Those Time Management Myths

A year from now you will wish you had started today.  Karen Lamb

Interested in joining a women’s group, but don’t think you have the time to devote? Are there important things you want to do and projects you want to start, but can’t seem to get to them? To help you find the time to do the things you want to do, let’s take the time to dispel some commonly held beliefs about time management.

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Commit to Doing What Needs To Be Done – Add Fun to the List

Do you remember the expression “that all work and no play made Jill a dull girl?” Jill knew that there was a time for play…that was after the work was done.  By setting priorities and goals for yourself and making a dedicated commitment to meet those goals, you benefit from reduced stress levels and increased free time to pursue those things you like to do, or do nothing at all should you choose.  

Write down all the things that need to be done in order of their importance. The greater the importance of the task, the higher it goes on the list.  At the bottom of your “to do” list add your “play time.”   This is a great incentive to get things done. 

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