How to Be A Better Time Manager?


Have you wondered how some people can accomplish every task in the given time frame while others always rush from task to task and never finish anything? Time management is one of the most rewarding skills that will take you far in your life – in both professional and personal life. Only if you master the art of time management, your life will experience a positive change. In this article at Lifehack, David K William explains the proven time management skills you must learn today.

6 Effective Time Management Tips

Goal Setting

It’s almost impossible to effectively use your time if you don’t know what to do with it. Goals give you focus and a destination to work towards. Setting goals will help you identify what’s worth spending your time on.


Set priorities for each day, week, month, and year to accomplish your goals. Prioritization helps you understand what must be achieved first.

Organizing Task List

“Keeping a to-do list helps you remain organized and on top of things. It helps break things down into small, manageable tasks or steps so that you never forget to do the important stuff,” explains David.

Focusing on One Task

Divided attention is an inefficient way to achieve goals. Studies have revealed that completing tasks in sequence one at a time leads to better use of time. Therefore, focus on one task at a time for maximum productivity.

Reducing Distractions

During the working hours, keep yourself away from distractions such as mobile phones and switch off social media notifications. As distractions also come from internal feelings such as hunger and tiredness, ensure that you get adequate sleep and food.

Taking Breaks

Working on something for too long can lead to lost focus. Therefore, you must take short breaks every half hour to help yourself get recharged and refreshed.

To read the original article, click on https://www.lifehack.org/articles/productivity/10-proven-time-management-skills-you-should-learn-today.html.

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