How to Manage Your Limited Time
Break large tasks into smaller chunks
This has to be the most common advice I’ve see when it comes to time management and motivation. That’s because it’s one of the most important. By breaking projects into its component tasks, they seem much more manageable and easier to accomplish.
Turn off or disconnect devices and distractions if you can
If you have a job or some time during your work to turn off your devices and disconnect from the internet, you should do so. Distractions can quickly snowball and next thing you know an hour’s gone by and you’re no closer to completing your task than when you started. Having time where you are not available can be extremely valuable to accomplish your back log of tasks.
Say no to things
Not every initiative is a fire that needs to be put out. It’s important to prioritize your tasks by, well, what’s most important and also urgent. For projects that are neither, feel free to put them on the back burner for now.
Have a list and a schedule
A wonderful tool I use is Asana but there are many similar tools and apps you can use for this same purpose. Test some out and see which one works best for you.
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