More often than not, managing time gets very difficult. Sometimes, urgent tasks are not the most important but are still required. The same holds for your health; the important problems are not as critical, and the urgent issues are not as important. An example of this would be going to the gym: it’s not urgent, but skipping it now will affect your health in the long run, which means it’s important. That’s why, to help you out, in this blog, we will discuss three crazy simple time management strategies that have been tried and tested.

Crazy Simple Time Management Methods That Work

Each one of us has only 24 hours in a day. But the amount of work we have to do sometimes makes us wish we had more than that.

All puns aside, the limited amount of hours and an endless number of tasks make it necessary to make effective time management strategies in life. That is what we are going to do today.

Try out the following tips and see for yourself whether or not they boost your efficiency and productivity:

1.    Eliminate Work Half Done

Working on multiple tasks is counterproductive in today’s constant distractions. Still, a typical employee juggles between text messages, emails, and to-do lists at the bare minimum to get most things done. Still, we fail to get everything done at the end of the day.

When our attention gets divided between what we are forced to do and what we need to do, that becomes a problem. Solve that by eliminating work that is half done.

2.    Start Your Day With The Most Important Tasks

As your day’s hours pass, the disorganization tends to increase. Still, the decision you make early on about how you will spend your day determines what happens. Some decisions are so impactful that you take them today, and the result shows up in your life for the next 5 years!

That’s why it’s necessary to have priorities. More crucial things should take precedence over stuff that can wait. Otherwise, you will just get distracted by unnecessary tasks. On your to-do list, highlight the most important things in the morning, and start your day with them. This will also relieve stress and motivate you to complete further tasks in less time.

3.    Be Flexible with The Approach But Lessen The Scope

It is important to know where you are headed in your day-to-day routine. You should make your to-do list first thing in the morning every day. Handle difficult tasks first, when you have the most energy, and move on to the less challenging ones. Be mindful that you must complete all tasks on your list, but change how you approach this. If one task takes more time than it typically takes, you will have to try a different, more efficient way of doing it. Let your day be fluid and flexible, so you can find your rhythm and get things done as productively as you practically can.

The Bottom Line

The productivity tools and time management strategies in life you use are supposed to make you work smarter and faster. Some calendars help you set up appointments and meetings ahead of time, and task list apps give you reminders on your smartphone. Whatever you choose as your strategy, make sure that they cover the three crazy simple tips we have mentioned in this blog. And, if you want to realize the spiritual practice of mindfulness, which will help you move your conscious awareness from the past or future into the present, where it belongs, read the book Now O’ Clock, authored by William Garcia. You will learn a lot from it!

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