Time management tips

March 2004
Electric Light & Power;Mar2004, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p27
Trade Publication
This article presents some time management tips. They are the following: The goals should be in writing. Then set the priorities; One must make sure what to get out of life; Focus on objectives, not on activities; Set at least one important objective daily and achieve it; Question all the activities. If they do not contribute to the realization of ones goals, eliminate-or at least modify them; Get rid of at least one time waster from ones life each month.


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