7 Tips on How To Manage Your Time

7 Tips on How To Manage Your Time

7 Tips on How To Manage Your Time, Maybe you put off doing things at some point in your life – or perhaps you procrastinate constantly. Those who keep putting things off usually want to delay the pain involved from attempting a task. However, individuals who finish tasks promptly prefer to just have it over and done with.

A procrastinator typically starts a task once the pain from delaying it any longer becomes acute. Do you find that you delay tasks and then depend on an adrenaline rush to get the job done instead of considering how to manage your time better?

Even if you only procrastinate from time to time, you will find some useful tips here about how to manage your time better. They will enable you to complete your tasks promptly and you will enjoy the sensation of having greater control over your life! Also, you will reduce the chaos that can develop whenever a deadline is close or whenever you finish an activity late.

How To Manage Your Time Better
Follow these tips and you will be able to make procrastination a thing of the past:

1. Evaluate where you are.
List the ways that you spend your time. Being conscious of what you tend do rather than what you ought to be doing can make it simpler to keep yourself on the right track and stop yourself if you start to wander.

  •  Some common ways of putting things off could be television, surfing the web, email, shopping outings without any real purpose, and much more. Knowing your habits, you’ll have the ability to place them easier.

2. Create goals for managing your time.

The purpose of learning to manage your time is to actually change your habits and create new, better habits. A good way to begin is to eliminate your personal time-wasters. So, look at the list of personal time-wasters that you have compiled and set yourself some goals. For example, you could say that for one week you will not take personal phone calls while you’re working.

3. Prioritize.

Start each day by prioritizing your tasks for that day. Evaluate each task and decide for each of them whether you really do need to accomplish them.

4. Just begin.
You may find it tough to even start a large task. If so just get started and do something to begin the job. Once you’ve got going you are able to establish some momentum after which it usually gets better.

It just seems more logical to get the job done now. It will be less painful over time and you will not be worrying about how to complete the task for days and days.

Try establishing an agenda in which you do 10% every day or treat yourself when you accomplish a specific amount.

Frequently you will find that once you have started, then it becomes less challenging than you anticipated. The initial step always appears to be the most difficult.

5. Improve your mindset.

Rather than considering that you don’t want to do the task, try thinking about how good you will feel when the task is completed.

  •  Try to connect a great positive feeling to the thought of having the task completed. This will motivate you to finish it.
  •  In the same way attempt to connect discomfort to the thought of completing it at the last minute or late. Imagine the way it would feel if you are late. What can the effects be?

6. Set time limits for tasks.

Some task could take up most of your day if you allowed them to. For example, reading and answering email so instead set a limit for this task and for each of your daily tasks and stick to your time limits.

7. Chart your progress

Every day look back on how you did and track how well you’re progressing to help you see what you’ve accomplished.


Putting things off does not need to be a continuing habit for you. Concentrate on how great you will feel when tasks are completed. The seven tips above make the perfect point to begin to manage your time better. If you’re able to stop depending on adrenaline, induced by stress, to motivate you to do something, you will begin to exert a greater control over your time and experience more fulfilment in your life, So what are you waiting for? Get started straight away!

Roy Savery is author of The Successful Living Handbook in which he describes the principles that helped him to become  an International speaker and a personal development coach. For more his blog at

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