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Some of the best time management techniques are simple and straightforward, others a little bit complex, but all of them can actually be easily implemented into daily practice.
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Based on our research, testing and opinions of productivity experts, here are the best time management techniques you need to know:
The idea is pretty simple. Every SMART written goal should be written down following the next criteria:
Once you have your goals written in a SMART way, you should break them down into concrete and actionable tasks.
Then the tasks need to be prioritized.
This matrix recommends arranging tasks in one of the four quadrants:
Deep work is a term developed by Cal Newport, stating that all intellectual activities should be performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that pushes your cognitive capabilities to their limit.
On the other side deep work is “half-work” or “shallow work”. That...
Doing deep work, you should never forget to take breaks. Tomatoes can remind you to take your breaks.
The idea of Pomodoro is very simple.
Here is a summary of the six Pomodoro steps:
The main idea of the flowtime technique is that you set a specific time period (usually between 10-90 minutes) and use it as an experimental time frame to see how long you can work in focus and when you need a break.
Simply, try to figure out your focus time and work on it....
Spend 7 minutes in the morning to plan your day and 7 minutes before you go to sleep to review your day and prepare the plan for tomorrow.
You divide the tasks into the following categories:
20% of the tasks that you do are responsible for 80% of the outcomes, so focus on that 20% of the highest value tasks.
Work smartly hard.
Tony Robbin’s planning method that considers big vision, emotional motivation and taking massive action for each of your goals. Answer the following questions:
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