How to Manage Your Time Each Day: Essential Time Management SkillsJuly 2, 2011 2:56 pm Business Matters
by Jeff Hamilton and Evelyn Trimborn
Jeff Hamilton runs his own consulting firm, Technology Leadership LLC, with several like-minded colleagues. The Technology Leadership blog covers topics on how to get the most from current technology, to emerging technologies, to new leadership initiatives, and staying ahead of the curve in these precarious economic times.
Evelyn Trimborn is a freelance journalist on a wide variety of how-to subjects and is a popular contributor to blogs on small business and Internet marketing topics.
Why does it seem that there is never enough time in the day to get everything done? As busy individuals, we are always battling the clock.
And this is in spite of all the supposed ‘time saving’ devices we have at our disposal, such as the computer, microwave oven, car, cell phone, Blackberry, and so forth.
Time management is an answer to the issue of “not enough time.” Simply put, time management revolves around the tools, skills, activities and mindset needed to use each day in the most efficient manner possible.
This not only helps us lead more balanced and fulfilled lives, but also more productive ones. And in this economy, the more productive you are at your business, the better off you will be in both the short- and long-term.
This is especially true for people who currently run their own business, or wish to. Time management requires planning, forethought, and self-discipline, but the rewards can be ample in all aspects of your life, especially your business.
This handy guide introduces you to the notion of time management and how to make the most of your working day. It also advocates a balanced holistic approach, so you can have time for your family, friends, and your health as well, and still get it all done with a minimum of stress.
If you constantly feel as if you are going through the motions every day, or there has to be something more to life than what you’re doing at the moment, this special report can help you get started on effective time management today, for a better tomorrow.