Electronic Newsletter Issue 2011-03
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According to TNS Research for InterCall in 2010, the economic downturn is putting pressure on American workers: 48% are required to do more work with less resources, 47% have difficulty taking time off, 39% are doing the work of 2 people because of recession, and 30% feel the need to be connected 24/7.
When I speak or train on time management topics using T.A.P.P, I typically ask the audience to share some of their tips as well. I feel people often learn the best techniques from listening to each other. Many of the tips given at these presentations are variations on something I may have already shared from T.A.P.P. on Tasks, Appointments, Priorities, or working with People. Others are job or tool specific alternatives that an audience member feels works very well in their particular industry or organization. I have captured the “why” people find the most often mentioned techniques helpful in the article
The Top 5 Best Time Management Practices.
1. Create a daily “To Do” list.
2. Write down appointments.
3. Determine work priorities.
4. Set alarms.
5. Break-up large projects.
- See Jan. 2001 newsletter issue.
It is permitted to reuse most of my Time Management e-articles in corporate or association newsletters and blogs as long as you follow the specific guidelines from the original source.
Find all Time Management articles at:
- Instructional (eHow Republish Guide)
- Informational (Ezine Reprint Guide)
- Time Management Resolution (Jan. 2011 issue)
- Fun videos on MeetingWizard YouTube channel
- Poem Podcast Where Is My Priority?
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