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Questions to manage your schedule

Questions to manage your schedule

  • First ask yourself: Which end is your job skewed - Schedule Making or Taking?
  • Are you burned out and troubled with frayed nerves and broken relationships because you’re overwhelmed with work?
  • Doesn’t your manager have any idea of how much work you’re doing because you’re managing your own time?
  • Learn to ask the right questions to yourself and to the one who gives you work.


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Instead of Saying “No,” Ask “When?”

Instead of Saying “No,” Ask “When?”

  • Instead of saying “no” to your boss or family member, try schedule-syncing.
  • Make sure you block your calendar for meetings and specific work. Sync this calendar with your boss or family member.
  • Make sure you have time sheet to report on what you’re doing during your working h...


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Schedule makers have more trouble..

Schedule makers have more trouble..

  • Schedule Takers have less decisions to make since they are paid for their time. If you put in an hour of work, you’ll be paid accordingly.
  • Schedule Makers have to decide what to work on, when and how. They apparently have more flexibility but since t...


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“Just Say No” Is Bad Productivity Advice

“Just Say No” Is Bad Productivity Advice

  • Usually, all productivity advice says: “Say NO often, make time for other things.
  • This sounds smart but isn’t always practical
  • Eg: You can’t always say NO to your boss. You can’t always say NO to your partner in doing household chores.
  • What to do instead? : ...


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Figure Out What Kind of Worker You Are

Figure Out What Kind of Worker You Are

  • There are two kinds of workers: Schedule Makers and Schedule Takers
  • Schedule Makers make their schedule. They have flexibility of time so long as they get the work done. Eg: most white collar jobs- engineers, designers


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