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is to record the tasks you will have time for into the Today’s Schedule column of your list. As shown in Figure 1, label each task with its time. That’s it. You can now reference your list throughout the day to remind yourself of what you should be doing and when.
The main reason you break down your to-dos into time slots is to help you avoid the common student mistake of overestimating your free time.
if you’re completing most of what’s on your list at least five days out of seven, then you’re as productive as any student realistically needs to .
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Manage Your Time in Five Minutes a Day
1. A calendar
2. A list
How to apply:-
(1) Jot down new tasks and assignments on your list during the day; (2) next morning, transfer these new items from your list onto your calendar; and (3) then take a couple of minut...
Choose When, Where, and How Long
When during the day should you study? Where should you go to study? How long should you study before taking a break?
QUESTION: When is the best time to study?
You’re most effective between when you wake up and afternoon.
Declare War on Procrastination
Procrastination Battle Plan #1: Keep a work progress journal
Buy a cheap spiral notebook, and keep it near your calendar. Each morning, when you work out your schedule for the day, quickly jot down in the notebook the date and the most important tasks th...
Procrastination Battle Plan #2: Feed the Machine
1. Drink water constantly
2. Monitor your caffeine intake carefully
3. Treat food as a source of energy, not satisfaction.
4. Don’t skip meals.
Procrastination Battle Plan #3: Make an event out of the worst tasks
work accomplished = time spent x intensity of focus.maximizes intensity in order to minimize time.
the ability to get work done quickly and with a minimum of wasted effort.
to obtain the highest possible levels of intensity, you need to choose the right locations, times of day, and ...
This is part one idea i learnt in this book , this book is useful for every student , either you in school, in university ( regular or distance)
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Before turning on your computer, sit down with a blank piece of paper and decide what you can realistically accomplish that will further your goals.
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