Sitting here, time plays with your feelings often. When you think you have enough time, you end up passing the limit. Then there is the subject of doing many things within the same time slot. By the time, the limit passes, you completed none of those tasks that you subsequently multi-tasked.
Such is time, yes we did talk about time management really being you managing your own time yourself. It tends to place responsibility on your shoulders and no one wants that, which in this case might be the problem.
Taking responsibility is a part of you finally slaying the tardiness record you have been racking up. If you always deflect blame elsewhere, how do you improve? You don’t, because you never take responsibility. People seem to forget that in this time management idea. You are managing yourself but first, you have to accept you have a problem.
Now that you have said your problem loud and clear, go ahead and deal with it. Now, this responsibility should also be carried towards how you use your time. People have important things to do, because they believe it is. But is it? It might not be. Remember we all have goals we have to complete. If we want to do something that has nothing to do with that goal we are essentially deviating from the plan.
Now and then, it should be fine as long as we keep hitting those targets on a regular basis. But if we do it too much, what ends up happening is you fall so far off track you have to work way harder to complete that important goal now.
This is what distractions do and they do very well. Managing your time like schedule might make you mad that is true but if you follow a no schedule rule avoid distractions as much as you can. Too much can derail you.
So that is my thoughts on time management and responsibility, what do you think, comment below, like share and subscribe please.
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