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How can i manage time?

Asked by nagaraju, 27 Jan '09 08:28 am
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Before going to bed, the schedule of tasks you should carry out during the next day, should be complete. Divide each of the hours (during which you will be up and active excluding the sleeping hours) into four slots of 15 minutes each and prepare the schedule using a ruled paper. The format is given below: Line No.1: 6:00 AM: Tasks: Study physics, Line No.2: 6:15 AM: Study Chemistry, Line No.3: 6:30 AM: Read newspaper and so on upto 11 PM. Try to make the schedule as practicable as possible taking into consideration every task (say meals, errands, college/office, etc.). Keep the schedule and a timepiece on your table. As soon as you wake up, check the schedule, and try to do the tasks as per the schedule. The schedule should contain entertainment too. For example, if you want to watch a tennis match from 4 PM till 6:30 PM, allot all those 10 slots accordingly. This makes the schedule practicable. In other words, the schedule must reflect what you are capable of doing and not ...more
Answered by sunilmssunilms, 27 Jan '09 09:08 am

 
  
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It is the time, that you can never purchase or keep it as back up. When once lost or elapsed, it is over. When you think on this point, the above question itself will be ridiculous even to you. So plan the activity with respect to your timings, which will fetch very good result however the smaller the matter may be. May TIME prompts you a GOOD SENSE.
Answered by KRISHNAIYENGAR PITCHUMANY, 27 Jan '09 08:39 am

 
  
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Make time as your friend but not your enemy. Don't get trapped into doing too much. Don't try to work full time and take a full load. Use your time to create success but not failure. Be realistic about your school or your office whatever the case may be. All time management begins with planning. Use lists to set priorities, plan activities and measure progress.Identify your first priority as a activity for classes if you are student and do whatever it takes to succeed.
Answered by tapan parida, 27 Jan '09 08:37 am

 
  
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Do'nt kill time...
Answered by Mrinalendra Banerjee, 27 Jan '09 08:34 am

 
  
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Any thing can be imahined.U can imagined ur self the PRESIDENT OF USA
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 27 Jan '09 08:37 am

 
  
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The key word to time management is SCHEDULING according to priority. You don't have control over time but you can manage your time efficiently by planning your daily activities with respect to your favorite necessities. Actually management of time is an individual thing so you don't adopt someones way of planning their activity, you can only use it as a yardstick.
I plan my time with the help of a portable alarm clock, each minute of the day is assigned to something which ranges from chatting, reading, hanging out, relaxing, sleeping.....etc
The Basic strategy I adopt is to divide the 24 hrs into 3. that is, 6hrs for relaxing, 6hrs for necessities and conditionality, and the last six hrs for my Study work..... it is working for me so far..... you can try it out!
Answered by Adewale Haruna, 19 Mar '10 08:27 pm

 
  
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By learning time management
Answered by Vijai Sharma, 27 Jan '09 08:29 am

 
  
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