All successful time management begins with planning. Use a weekly calendar and make a daily "To Do" list. Write down all of the things you want to accomplish today, including personal activities such as phone calls and shopping. Use it to set daily priorities--what must be done today? What can wait? Write a new list each morning. Time Management is more than just managing our time; it is managing ourselves. It's having discipline, setting priorities and taking charge of your situation and time utilization. It means changing those habits or activities that cause us to waste time. P. Stone, RRES
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