Do you ever feel like you just don't have enough time to get everything done in the day? Who doesn't, right? Are you always too busy to have any real free time? I hear that one a lot.

Well pay attention. I'm going to show you some things you can do right now that will not only give you more free time, but will also help you get more done in less time.

How To Time Management

So, let's get right into it. First thing you want to do is get yourself either a notepad or dry erase board or anything that you can make a to do list with.

You're going to use this at the end of everyday, either after you're finished working or before you go to sleep, to write down the top 5 most important things you need to get done the next day.

The number one thing to get done needs to be the hardest or the one you don't want to do the most. This is critical. Getting this out of the way early, sets yourself up for an easier day.
Treat all of your priorities like a promise to yourself. Don't procrastinate. During the process of completing your to do list, there's a few things you need to remember.

Eliminate all distractions. Make sure no one is bothering you. Especially if you work at home, people are more likely to keep you from what you're doing, so put a note on your door or whatever it takes, but make sure they know that this time is important to you and you're not to be bothered.

Also, limit how often you're checking your email. Once in the morning and afternoon is sufficient. Anything not on your list isn't important and you shouldn't be thinking about it.

Now, a to do list is important, but it's not more important than making sure you're well rested. Army research has indicated that sleep is a "combat multiplier". That is, getting more sleep allows the soldier to get a much greater amount of work done in a shorter amount of time. If the same soldier is forced to work longer with less sleep, he will get less work done than his counterpart working shorter hours and getting more rest.

Similarily, the temp of e-business is break neck and it's getting faster rather than slowing down.
To prepare yourself for this pace, it does us well to take the military's advice. Get more rest, work fewer hours, take small breaks every couple hours and the hours you do work will be more productive.

So, let's recap.
Write down your to do list the night before, with the hardest thing being at the top of the list. Eliminate all distractions and stay well rested.

See you at the top.

How to Be More Productive in Less Time

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