Everyone strives to manage their time effectively, but many often fall short. When it comes to time management, it’s important to realize that one method does not fit all. Therefore, you need to understand what’s best for you. Before thinking selfishly about your time, think about how you could use your time helping others. You should also look into how colleagues at the same level manage their time, and learn techniques from them, rather than advice from figure heads or celebrities, which can often be unrealistic.
- Time management is often viewed as a personal issue, but in fact, affects everyone we work with.
- Celebrities and famous leaders often have teams helping them, and their advice is not realistic to the everyday person.
- Set a core range of times that you are fully dedicated to a project, but allow room for flexibility.
“Finally a most basic thing about TM as a manager is realizing that every time you ask someone to do something that ask is happening at the expense of all the other stuff you have asked someone to do. You have to recognize this at time of the ask. Discuss. Listen. Iterate on asks.”
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