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Life Management Skills
To truly grow, you have to learn life management skills instead of piling more tasks on to your plate. If you find yourself achieving things, checking them off your to-do list and still wondering, "Is this all there is?" then it's time to change your approach. Start Integrating these powerful life management skills.

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Find purpose

Think about what you want from your life. Your true goal is more profound than buying a nice car. What objective brings you a sense of joy, fun, and freedom? It could be providing for your f...

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Visualize the outcome

You're not failing to reach your goals because you are incapable - you're failing because you're trying to focus on too many things at the same time.

Instead of focusing on what you n...

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Utilize N.E.T. time

N.E.T. stands for “No Extra Time,” and it’s based on the concept that you always have time during your day that you can fill with learning.

An important step in achieving any goal is...

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Spend time on relationships

Ensure to take time every day to cultivate relationships with your loved ones. Plan for date nights and opportunities for a deeper connection. Reserve time to play with, read and talk t...

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Learn how to communicate better

We often lose valuable time because of miscommunication.

Communicating with your partner and your team at the office leads to better relationships and schedules. Life management beco...

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Time management thinking improves your other skills

  • You learn to take your time and make calm, measured decisions rather than last minute, panicked choices.
  • You also learn assertiveness as you delegate and say no to commitments, and patience as you manage your goals.

Learning from others

  • Success leaves clues. That's why we can learn from the habits and methods of successful individuals. 
  • Failure does, too. So we can learn from past mistakes.&n...

Productivity tools to consider: 🗒

  • Create a schedule for your day and stick to it!
  • Chunk: Group like tasks together into blocks of time, then focus on those specifics. 
  • RPM: Short for Results-oriented/Purpose-driven/Massive Action Plan: a system to uncover what you want and then reap the rewards. 
  • Harness the power of habit and productivity will become second nature. 

Productivity defined

Being busy and always moving through tasks is not the same as being productive.

Productivity is getting the results you aim for with less time and effort. When you are productive, you won't be chasing deadlines or running behind schedule to get done. You'll probably be ahead of schedule.

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Goals provide structure to your work

 ... by giving you a prioritized list of things to get done.

They help you to identify your priorities, outline what you want to achieve when you want to ach...

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“By saying no, you are giving yourself the ability and bandwidth to say yes to the things that are more important.”

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“If you often find yourself run down by your daily workload or overwhelmed by the complexity of projects and tasks in your life, it is likely because you have not fully mastered effective time management.”

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