- Lesson 1: The Big Five: Creating a Workable To-Do List
- Lesson 2: Interruptions
- Lesson 3: Scheduling
- Lesson 4: Ideal Time vs. Idealized Time
- Lesson 5: Eliminating Clutter
- Lesson 6: Ordering Clutter
- Lesson 7: Sabbath Basics
- Lesson 8: Eliminating Irritants
- Lesson 9: Goal Setting Basics
Lesson 10, Evaluating the Day
Part of getting better at anything is making constant adjustments to improve performance. Time management is no different. Every day I pause to reflect. Out of that reflection I adjust my plan for the next day. A written reflection will push you to clarify and refine you thoughts on what you did well and what you need to change.
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- Write a brief reflection at the end of each day. This doesn’t need to be a saga, just a brief paragraph or two. Include in your reflection both things that you did well and things you need to work on
- Reflect specifically on these two questions: “Did I do what I said I would do?” or “Was I busy or was I productive?” The first question I got from Allyson Lewis’s 7 Minute Life Daily Planner. It’s amazing how much difference it makes if you will just ask yourself that one question at the end of the day.
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