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New article here: http://ned.thesite.org.uk//careers/work/time_management.html

Got any good time management tips of your own?

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  • Girl-From-MarsGirl-From-Mars Mega Poster Posts: 2,822
    from me? no. still havent mastered that yet.

    "That which does not kill us makes us stronger."
    ~ Nietzsche
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I have a problem with time management...

    Why the hell am i awake this early?!! <IMG alt="image" SRC="http://www.thesite.org/ubb/biggrin.gif"&gt;

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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Originally posted by Karla:
    New article here: http://ned.thesite.org.uk//careers/work/time_management.html

    Got any good time management tips of your own?

    Possibly the most under used and hardest - learn to say NO, nicely.

    And a quote "If you turn up to a meeting (appointment) early then you are wasting YOUR time. If you turn up late then you are wasting MINE"


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  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    if you have an ultimate goal, then break it down to smaller goals and then write a plan for each goal to strive to achieve it

    that stops time being wasted by running around in circles, not knowing which way to turn and trying to re-re-re-re-re-think plans...

    e.g.
    - want to become a lawyer (ultimate goal)

    going to...:
    - get good gcse results
    - do worthwhile A-Levels and get good results
    - go to a decent university and decide on either a conversion course or a law course
    - look for law schools
    - look for potential employers

    then break down each goal, i'll partly do the first two. the goals should be specific and personal to you...

    Gcses:
    - work harder with french - buy a tape/book as a guide and extra help, do 20 mins a night work on it
    - check science processes and make flow charts for them

    <etc etc>

    A levels:
    - include history as a subject, ur good at it and find it interesting, as well as it being specific to law
    - take english, involves reading which will be essential later on
    - take math, it's a good one to have, shows extra knowledge
    - do PE. a lot of work, but shows there are other interests

    <etc etc>

    works for me anyway <IMG alt="image" SRC="http://www.thesite.org/ubb/smile.gif"&gt;

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