Synova’s Sizzling Tips for Using Your Time Wisely

So many people complain about a lack of time, but I contend we all have the same 24 hours a day. It’s more about how we spend those hours.

There are 168 hrs/week. If you spend 40 at work, 56 hrs sleeping, and 7 hrs at the gym you still have 65 hrs left. What do you do with them? How can you make the most out of it?

#1 Say NO!

Don’t try to please everyone by taking on all their chores. Let them find someone else, or Heaven forbid let them do it themselves.

#2 Plan Ahead

Plan your day the night beforehand. Make a list of the top ten things you need to do and follow the list.

#3 Drop the time wasters

Don’t spend hours on Facebook scrolling through your newsfeed. Don’t sit and watch TV for three hours before going to bed. Find something more productive to do .

#4 Com University

How many hours a week do you spend commuting? Why not create your own Commute University. Studies show you can get an entire college education in your car on your way to work! Pop in a seminar, audiobook or podcast & learn on your way to work.

#5 Delegate

What are you currently doing that someone else could handle? Delegate the tasks that take up all your time so you can be free to work on your goals.

#authorcoaching #timemanagement



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