Divide the time correctly
Time is our most valuable asset and nothing can replace it. Time is perhaps the most democratic thing in the world because we all have the same amount of it, it is said. But who doesn’t know the situation where there simply isn’t enough time in front or behind and actually seems to be passing faster and faster. Good time management is therefore essential if the quality of life or work results are not to suffer as a result.
Why good timing is so important
Time management not only ensures good time management, but also a good structuring of work. It is designed to help you get more out of your life. Greater satisfaction and a perfect balance between work and free time are achieved.
It is of the utmost importance that you have time for yourself. Those who take time for themselves gather new energy to recharge their batteries. If you feel overworked and overworked in the long run, your reserves will soon be exhausted. The result: exhaustion, irritability or even being burned out. To prevent this, you should think about how you can best use your time in good time.
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Learn time management – first steps
The first thing to think about is what fills up your own 24-hour day. How do you actually spend your time? To find out, it’s a good idea to write down everything you do in a notebook or in an Excel spreadsheet. Only this will help you to realign your own time planning. You will probably discover one or two activities that are real time wasters and that you could actually do without. Next, one could create a priority list. It is best to write down all the tasks that are pending on a to-do list. Important things should be at the top, less important or unimportant at the bottom. Your own performance and your own biorhythm should be taken into account. Some are ready to perform at their best in the morning hours, others only really get going in the evening. The list of activities should be coordinated accordingly.
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learning to delegate
Whether at home or at work: learn to delegate! At home, household chores can easily be taken on by children of the appropriate age or by spouses, and mothers and housewives also need their time off. The same applies at work: many people shy away from delegating tasks to colleagues. Colleagues may have strengths in certain areas where you may lack. You can also say no once in a while when it comes to accepting orders that you don’t feel up to.
Not having enough time is one of the main causes of negative stress. With the right time management, you can successfully do more work in less time and still be successful. The result is that you have a lot more time for the nice things in life like family, hobbies or just for things that are fun.