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1. Wake up on time
Waking up every morning is the first thing of the day that can waste everyone’s time. Regardless of whether you deliberately slept for a while or accidentally turned off the alarm to wake up late for 30 minutes, getting out of bed at the right time every morning is always a difficult thing to do.
An extremely simple solution for that is to place an alarm out of your reach. This way make you leave the bed and will not return if you want to turn off the alarm.
2. Prepare meals smartly
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Everyone is in a hurry every morning because this is the busiest time of the day. People who are on time often plan their own morning from the evening before. Their shoes and keys will be placed near the entrance. Lunch for the next day is carefully packed and coffee is just ready to press.
Some people even prepared clothes for the next day. Careful preparation will help us save a lot of time while helping us get out of the house on time.
3. Complete the job in time
People who do not know how to manage their time often put themselves in a state of what I should do next. In contrast, a smart time-user always plan ahead for what to do and how much time they will spend on each task.
If you answered the question, “How long does it take to do this?”, from the beginning, you’ll find that time management is simple.
4. Create habits for yourself
If you always have to go back to your house because you forgot to charge your phone, buy yourself an extra at the office. If you’re always struggling to find your car key, create a habit of putting it near the door. People know what they need to do to ensure that they are always on time.
5. Take advantage of free time
Most of the latecomers have a fear of waiting for something or have nothing to do. Sitting or waiting for something is likely savage torture to them. Instead of complaining about that, why don’t you use your free time by reading a book or sending the email which can save your work without working in the office?
6. Learn to say no
7. “Backup” time between your work
If you consider the schedule of those who control the time well, you will easily realize they always leave a little extra time between meetings or work. This period is relatively important because no one knows whether any unexpected event will take place.
8. Recognize your most effective working-time.
“People who are good at arranging time know how to allocate strength for each moment of the day,” Morgenstern said. These people know the best time of day for each one.
If you feel your mind is the best in the morning, get it for the hardest work. By setting a schedule to maximize your performance, you won’t be down or wasting time on things that aren’t really relevant.