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far from Time Management - October 15th 2011, 10:31 PM

Hey guys,

It may be pretty comment for a college student to spend the day lazying out and being out of things from time to time, but for the last month or so it became like a pandemic. Can't organize my time at all... School work is piling up and I hardly go out with my friends these days. So what do you do to work efficiently?


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Re: far from Time Management - October 18th 2011, 04:59 PM

I use post-it notes to keep track of assignments & such. There's an option on my laptop for virtual sticky-notes, but I also use regular sticky-notes on my bulletin board. I refer to them when I look for assignments due a certain day & they remind me of homework, events, & other things. I also make lists in my phone when I'm out & about. Writing stuff down definitely helps a lot.
   
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Re: far from Time Management - October 18th 2011, 06:08 PM

Admittedly time management is difficult but its a simple thing to get a hold of

1. Use a planner, if you don't have one buy one
2. Set a goal for the end of the day or week and use that time line to see how much work you have to do
3. Read my guide on procrastination and stress, it should help with the procrastination (shameless plug, but hey i'm here to help)
4. Some may say there's not enough time in the day but you'd be surprised how much you actually get done in 10 minutes if you concentrate.

Best of luck and keep me updated on how college is going


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