First things first, let’s get your concept right about tie management. You need to get two things right over here. One, your priorities and, two, your target – Once you’ve got these two things in place here you have half your job done and you can be sure of the fact that you will be able to achieve what you want to on time. Another thing to remember – the goal is not to finish it before time but just on time so that you can meet the targets in terms of both quality and quantity.
The step to managing time is already done, setting the priorities right. That ways you have a clear idea about what you want to do with your time. Of course, knowing how to deal with the time constraint is the most important part of being successful in any stage of life. And when it comes to managing time there is no better way to start with it than by deciding what the most important thing for you to do is. Accordingly you will know how to divide your attention and set a particular time frame for completing that task.
You also need to pay attention to how much time you are assigning to a particular task and ascertain whether all the tasks you need to do are getting equal importance or not. Next, you need to keep some time for evaluation and planning for the next set of tasks according to the requirement. Though we tend to ignore this stage of time management it’s nonetheless significant as your next moves will be decided based on what you have evaluated.
So, how do you know if your time management tactics have become successful or not? It’s simple. Just notice if things are on your urgent list or normal priority list. When you see that there’s nothing urgent as such, know that you have been able to tame time according your routine!