What You Do at the Beginning of the Day and the End Determines What Happens During the Day
The beginning and end of the day really determines what happens between your day.
When tackling an issue like this, you want to determine the amount of time you actually have in a day. Sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in a day!
It is best to break down your time to develop effective time management. Having this information accessible enables you to create yourself a schedule to get all of your tasks completed daily. Make sure you filter out the time wasters in your life and replace them with your important tasks. Not everyone will have the same amount of time to work with. It is best to break down your day according to your personal and professional preferences.
How do you stop wasting time?
Remember: It’s not important WHEN you begin, but HOW.
-When does your day begin?
-How does your day begin? Are you prepared, rushed, unsure?
-Where does your day begin? At home, the office, a meeting?
-What can you do to ensure your day begins the way it should every day?
Take an extra hour or two before and/or after work to get your daily routine in tact.