Are you always short on time? Is the ticking of a clock all it takes to make you anxious and fly into an angry fit?
Trust us—there are plenty of others just like you.
According to Forbes, almost 90% of employees admit that they waste time during the workday. Some stay at the water cooler a little longer than necessary; others spend too much time on smoke breaks; still others shamelessly engage in prolonged phone conversations. And that’s not to mention the dozens of distractions that social media can provide for any employee.
And that’s just one figure showing how we don’t use time as productively as we could.
But is irresponsible, purposeful fooling around the most widespread form of poor time management?
Apparently, many people don’t waste their time deliberately by skipping out on their direct responsibilities. Instead, most people mismanage their time, ending up with no time left and very little work accomplished.
But that doesn’t always have to be the case. There are ways to improve this situation.
And no, we are not talking about enrolling yourself in a self-improvement course right away. While that’s always an option, ask yourself this:
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“Do I really have enough time to enroll in a 40-hour course?”
⇒ Sure, it’s your time and your money, but oftentimes, these courses are just another perfect example of mismanaged time (and cash).
Wondering what the alternatives are?
Well, we have one right here: A 15-tip infographic with some helpful advice on managing your time!
Why is it so helpful?
⇒ It’s simple. That’s it. Most likely, you don’t need elaborate schemes to improve your relationship with time. All you need is a push in the right direction and a few clear tips.
For instance, did you know that just using bookmarks correctly can boost your productivity?
Ready for Time Management 101? Check out our short infographic below!
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