Video: Time Management: Catch The Chimes
2023 Author: Henry Pass | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 21:12
The New Year's Eve race is declared open - and with it the quest "finish all things by the end of 2020" starts. But how to properly organize your time (and at the same time it is desirable not to go crazy)? Expert Elena Snezhko told Bazaar about this.
What is there: the year turned out to be, to put it mildly, difficult. Therefore, first of all, I advise you to make a list of what you have done in the last 12 months. And to praise ourselves: we really did very, very much (especially considering the epidemic situation). This will remove panic and ease the burden of responsibility.
- You will definitely not be in time for everything, and this is normal. Remember the so-called rule of three. This is a practice that is taught in business schools, and is also written in the cult book The McKinsey Method. Three is considered a magic number, it easily structures any plan. Give yourself three main things to do for a month, a week, and a day. And watch how doing some moves others to completion. It turns out something like routes in the navigator.
- Take a fresh look at multitasking. Nowadays such concepts as "slasher" or "multipotential" have become very popular. This is the type of people who cannot do one thing in a broad sense. They work in offices, write music, blog, and professionally understand wines. And they can also make money on all this. There are enough of this type among my personal marketing clients, and I myself am the same. Is it good or bad in everyday life? Traditionally, it is believed that if you have many areas of interest, you are scattered: it seems like you definitely need a focus, because otherwise you will not become a cool specialist. Such people often change jobs, are more focused on projects, and this quality is not very popular with employers. But! True multipotentials always have a deep understanding of each of their tasks, because it really matters to them. True,sometimes there are too many cases - it becomes unrealistic to "take out" everything. But if you learn to plan normally, not take on more than you can physically manage, then multitasking is not only an opportunity to switch between different things, but also a systematic view of all areas. Do you know when something new is invented? When laws or ideas from one area are applied or tried on for another. So: multitasking opens these doors.multitasking opens these doors.multitasking opens these doors.
- Plan! I write my to-do list in the evening - then I wake up in the morning without panic and with a complete understanding of how to structure the day. You should definitely take breaks and rest. In addition, there is such a technique as reverse planning. Define your ultimate goal and start planning routes to it. My clients (almost all of them), seeing the strategy of change, say that they will never master this path. Of course, they will master it, because "the elephant must be eaten in parts", and for this the whole path is divided into segments. It is important that at the end of each segment you see your small achievement: this motivates you to move on!
- Don't try to catch everything. The day always makes its own adjustments, so we all have a task that carries over from list to list.
- Do not only deal with urgent matters. This is generally a scourge of almost every first person. I always try to remind myself that this day is not in order to complete and close the current "tails", to respond to requests and be in the flow (as it is fashionable now), but to create this flow myself.
- Remember, there are actually two types of procrastination. One is related to the fact that you need to "catch" a thought or idea, and it is necessary and useful. This affects the quality of the product, and this is also work. The second has to do with the fear of failure. But if you do nothing, then nothing will happen.
- Prioritize correctly. To understand whether it is important or not, urgent or not, you first need to understand yourself. What's yours and what's not? Many coaches now advise asking yourself questions: what do I want? what I can? that I love? what should I do? what strengths and sides do I have for this? who will be affected and how? This usually makes the goals clearer.
- Read the right time management books. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, The McKinsey Method by Ethan Rasiel, Collected Papers in the Harvard Business Review on Change Management … And definitely Caroline Goider's Authority! And I also recommend reading autobiographies - from Agatha Christie to Phil Knight and Jerry Weintraub.
And the last thing. Remember: no one manages to do everything at once. Me too. I fill up the timings, I work in the morning (until the mail and messengers woke up). Sometimes I do everything at the last moment. I apologize endlessly. But I'm learning. And I teach. I help, support and insure on the way. One thing is very important - the quality of your work and the quality of the relationships that you build with partners. Because it gives you the credit. And delays and delays can be forgiven you, but the quality can not be overwhelmed in any case! Here is a story from one of the recommended books. The child was given a task for a month - to draw 30 birds. He sang, walked, danced, and on the last day he sat down and cried: how can you draw 30 birds in one day? So my mother told him: “Draw bird by bird”. So I am trying to learn how to plan and manage my time bird by bird.
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There is not enough time for work, hobbies, friends and personal life, and especially before the New Year? Together with the largest book subscription service MyBook, we have compiled for you a selection of the best time management books that will teach you not only to plan your time wisely, but also to prioritize, because everything, as you know, is impossible to catch up with, and you don’t need to!
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