Many people I work with think that the only way to get ahead is to work harder. They put in longer hours at the office and regularly bring their work home often at the expense of their family and health.
But there is a better way.
For the last 10 years I have worked with people who have one thing in common. They want to get more out of their time and their life. They often feel overwhelmed and are tired of working hard and not accomplishing what they had set their minds to.
I often have people say to me "Kell, I am working hard but at the end of the day I haven't accomplished what I set out to do".
When I go all CSI-like on their time, each day they typically:
Much of their time is being pulled toward what is reactive and low value...no wonder they are frustrated!
This website provides you with practical tools that to get more of the right things done.
Here I provide a simple yet effective 3 step process to managing your time. This involves:
If you are looking for tips to sharpen your skills and leverage your time, then
Research suggests that 70% of people have had a problem with procrastination at some point in their life. If procrastination is impacting on your career, relationships, and causing your stress then these simple tips enable you to get things done.
Of if you don't procrastinate you may multiple handle. This most often occurs when we butterfly across emails without actually making decisions around the actions that are in them.
Organizing is more than having a spot for everything and everything in the right spot. It starts with a vision of what you want your life to be life.
These organizing tips will
Hi, I'm Kell and Welcome to my "Time Management" Website! |
Kell works with individuals and companies to reclaim their time and increase productivity.
Sep 21, 15 08:24 PM
I have a confession to make about procrastinating. I left this article to the last minute to write. I intended to write it yesterday.
Sep 21, 15 03:01 AM
What is an adequate procrastination definition? Procrastination is different from laziness. A procrastinator may be lazy and a lazy person may be a procrastinator.
Sep 21, 15 02:27 AM
Are you a procrastinator? Maybe you tell yourself that you will wait until you are in the right mood to do the task? Or that you need the pressure of a deadline to jump-start your creativity?