Time management can be destroyed when an overwhelming feeling comes over the mind. A bundle of tasks could pile up fairly quickly when left unchecked. This is okay. Because taking control back begins with a simple philosophy; There is always tomorrow. Tasks should be delegated from thirty, to sixty, minutes a day. This is generally focused on the idea of a Task, less the task itself. Think in terms of starting a stopping, instead of a specific task needing to be completed.
Work on a few tasks a day within time restraints, placed on by a schedule. When time runs out, stop that task then move on to the next task. If a specific task is not completed by the scheduled amount of time; that is okay, because there is always tomorrow. Though, there may be those days when a specific task has a deadline outside of a person’s control: Working at a job, last minute directions, etc. Somethings are out of a person’s control. This is a Precedence Task.
Waiting last minute is dangerous in any situation. Give time, days, even weeks when possible, to completing select tasks. Life is short, stress is only good in small amounts. Control time with schedules. “There is always tomorrow” is designed to focus. Throwing things to tomorrow then doing nothing but only relaxing, or watching TV, playing games, hanging out with friends, etc, is less productive and more destructive. Small steps equal larger journeys over time.
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