TIME MANAGEME NT Carolyn Hensley, Curriculum Specialist Mc.

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TIME MANAGEME NT Carolyn Hensley, Curriculum Specialist Mc. Dowell County Schools TIME MANAGEME NT Carolyn Hensley, Curriculum Specialist Mc. Dowell County Schools

Different people = Different types of time management Different people = Different types of time management

If you are an Average American, in your lifetime you will spend…. . If you are an Average American, in your lifetime you will spend…. .

Seven Years in the bathroom. Seven Years in the bathroom.

Six Years Eating Six Years Eating

Five Years Waiting in Line. Five Years Waiting in Line.

Three years in a meeting. Three years in a meeting.

Two years playing telephon e tag. Two years playing telephon e tag.

Eight months opening junk mail. Eight months opening junk mail.

Six months waiting at red lights. Six months waiting at red lights.

You will also……. You will also…….

Get interrupt ed 73 times a day. Get interrupt ed 73 times a day.

Take an hour of work home each day. Take an hour of work home each day.

Read less than 5 minutes a day. Read less than 5 minutes a day.

Exercise less than 3 minutes a day. Exercise less than 3 minutes a day.

The average person can gain 2 hours per day through the use of time management. The average person can gain 2 hours per day through the use of time management.

No one works well under pressur e. No one works well under pressur e.

Why Time Manageme nt is Important. Why Time Manageme nt is Important.

Bad time management = STRESS Bad time management = STRESS

Most people waste about 2 hours a day. Most people waste about 2 hours a day.

Signs of wasting time: Signs of wasting time:

Messy desk and cluttered files. Messy desk and cluttered files.

Can’t find things. Can’t find things.

Missed appointments. Missed appointments.

Tired/unable to concentrate. Tired/unable to concentrate.

DO YOU EVER: DO YOU EVER:

Start a job without thinking it through. Start a job without thinking it through.

Do unproductive things from habit. Do unproductive things from habit.

Fail to anticip ate crises. Fail to anticip ate crises.

 Make unnecessary visits or phone calls. Make unnecessary visits or phone calls.

Socialize between tasks. Socialize between tasks.

Fail to build barriers against interruptio ns. Fail to build barriers against interruptio ns.

THINGS TO DO TO MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER. THINGS TO DO TO MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER.

Do important or unpleasant jobs first thing in the morning. Do important or unpleasant jobs first thing in the morning.

 Use waiting time to do paperwork in small bits. Use waiting time to do paperwork in small bits.

Keep paper work in color-coded folders so that you can find it quickly. Keep paper work in color-coded folders so that you can find it quickly.

Establish limits for things like phone calls and reading email. Establish limits for things like phone calls and reading email.

Start with the rocks or the importa nt items. Start with the rocks or the importa nt items.

Work on the pebbles (things you enjoy). Work on the pebbles (things you enjoy).

Do the things you have to do (sand). Do the things you have to do (sand).

Pickle Jar Theory Big things first Fill in with smaller things and things you enjoy. Pickle Jar Theory Big things first Fill in with smaller things and things you enjoy.

THIRTEEN TIMELY TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE PERSONAL TIME MANAGEMENT THIRTEEN TIMELY TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE PERSONAL TIME MANAGEMENT

1.  Spend time planning and organizing. 1. Spend time planning and organizing.

2.  Set goals. 2. Set goals.

3.  Prioritize. 3. Prioritize.

4.  Use a to do list. 4. Use a to do list.

5.  Be flexible. 5. Be flexible.

6.  Consider your biological prime time. 6. Consider your biological prime time.

7. Do the right thing right. 7. Do the right thing right.

8.  Eliminate the urgent. 8. Eliminate the urgent.

9.  Practice the art of intelligent neglect. 9. Practice the art of intelligent neglect.

10. Avoid being a perfectionist. 10. Avoid being a perfectionist.

11.  Conquer procrastination. 11. Conquer procrastination.

12.  Learn to say “NO”. 12. Learn to say “NO”.

13.  Reward yourself. 13. Reward yourself.

Be sure the use some kind of Time Management system. You will have to choose forBe sure the use some kind of Time Management system. You will have to choose for yourself, what works for one won’t work for everyone.