Time management for remote work
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YOU WILL LEARN:
writing things down and having a realistic daily planning
What is effective and functional time management?
We have divided our effective time management into four pillars. It is like a house based on these 4 pillars:
Realistic daily planning and overview of tasks
Effective definition of priorities
Self-management: Managing our capacities and time-bandits
An efficiently organized work/life environment
There are several tools for effective time management. They are based on the principle of "write everything down", because we can enjoy a lot of benefits!
If we write down or define something in writing, it helps us to track it. Plans, thoughts, or lists that we only keep in mind, can quickly be lost or require a lot of energy if we don't want to forget them!
For this reason, written plans and schedules can provide some relief to our memory.
The described schedule makes us aware of where we are heading and at the same time helps us to focus.
Furthermore, with the principle of note-taking, we can easily control things and make long-term documentation possible.
To make or not to make a schedule?
Making a schedule for our daily activities helps us:
As mentioned earlier, when we talk about daily planning, it is important to write things down.
It doesn't matter if you use an organizer, Outlook, Google Calendar or a standalone platform. Find the best tool for yourself. It is best to plan your next day in the evening.
So you can save up to an hour from your next day's work, since you start with a well-structured day.
The 60:40 rule
OF OUR DAILY TIME SCHEDULED