Not enough time in the day?
Finding it hard to complete all of your daily tasks?
Perhaps it’s time to master your daily schedule once and for all and get your time in order?
With many distractions and possibilities in our
lives it can be easy to get scattered, and if you live in a hectic world, always rushing around constantly trying to balance your professional and personal life, trying to keep up and achieve your goals let alone some me time can start to feel unattainable.
The stress creeps in, you’re feeling tired and run down and yet deep down you know that there must be a better, easier way to achieve this without all of the stress, chaos, and tiredness that can come with it.
So why is it that some people achieve more with their time than others, when we all have 24 hours in a day?
Utilised for many years, time blocking is a productive time management technique where a period of time (typically a day or week) is divided into smaller segments (blocks) of time.
Each segment or block is then dedicated to a specific task or sets of tasks.
It is a simple and effective way to take back control of your working day which has you organising your time in a way that integrates the function of a calendar with that of a to-do list set to specific task timelines and daily schedules.
Time is one of our most valuable commodities, along with our health
I personally believe that time is an asset which we must utilise to the best of our ability.
Fact is, we all have 24 hours in a day!
So how do you manage your time in a way that’s effective and brings about purposeful action when it can sometimes be wrought with challenge and distraction?
Well, today I’m sharing with you some of our favourite Time Blocking 101’s that we love to use as part of our Mind Your Time Method that will have you taking back control of your calendar in next to no time and reducing the mess and stress in your daily life.
So let’s get started…
Look at your weekly and daily schedule and divide your day into blocks of time with each block dedicated to a specific task or activity.
This is great to see where you’re at and the current time demands you are committing too.
Schedule essential actions in task batches
Group together similar tasks and do them all at once.
This could be 30 minutes for your workout, followed by shower and getting ready for your day to 1 hour of sales calls followed by replying to work emails, a 1 hour lunch break to also prep food for dinner and so on.
This helps to avoid task switching and saves you a heap of time.
This is where you set a time limit on how much time you’ll spend dedicated to a specific task or activity.
I love this and find this highly effective for my productivity, it’s great for busting procrastination and moving into action.
Simply set your timer and off you go!
As you can see by the 101’s I’ve shared with you today, with the right systems and strategies, you can have more quality time, less stress and get more done in your day.
But this, however, is just the tip of the ice-berg!
There is more to learn and apply when it comes to getting your time in order and having your calendar working for you rather than you constantly being worked by it 🌪
⚖️ If you're someone who sometimes struggles to juggle work and life, and is sick of the mess and the stress.
⏰ If you often feel like you’re the hamster on the wheel constantly chasing your tail just to get through your day, let alone your task list complete on time.
📚 Then we have the very method to help you bust the busyness cycle and take back control of your calendar once and for all.
Welcome Mind Your Time Method which will have you organising your time more effectively whilst gaining hours time in your day for what matters most.
In this 7 Module Course I will personally work with you every step of the way so that you can have more time in your day!
To find out how this Ultimate Time Management Course can help you then click the link below.
Here’s to minding your time and having more time in your day to do the things you love.
Your time starts NOW,