Many people see time management as a priority. That means allocating specific times to particular tasks to maximise productivity. But there's a difference between organising time to enhance productivity and viewing it as a goal in itself to define a life well spent.
Experts suggest some tasks don't fit into the time management grid. When you are spending time with family or a leisure activity, productivity is not a goal. Hyper-organisation can also have emotional consequences, particularly when it doesn't go according to plan.
Time management started to gain traction when we began to believe that time equals money.
Some tasks don't fit well into scheduling. Tightly scheduling some intellectual tasks can decrease performance and scheduling fun tasks can rob us of their spontaneity and enjoyment.
Too much optimisation can affect how we see time and impact our emotions.
Reframing how we understand the concept of time management.
Giving power back to ourselves as the creators of our schedules instead of letting our schedules rule our lives.
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