TIME MANAGEMENT

PRESENTATION BY

R. D. WAGH

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE LIFE SPAN?
HOW IT IS SPENT?

HOW A 70-YEAR LIFE IS SPENT?
On An average 25 Years in Sleep  8 Years in Study & Education  6 Years in Rest & Illness  7 Years in Holidays & Recreation  5 Years in Commuting  4 Years in Eating  3 Years in Transition – in getting ready to undertake all the above

WHAT IS THE BALANCE LEFT
THIS LEAVES ONLY 12 YEARS FOR EFFECTIVE WORK.

“Short as life is, we make it still shorter by the careless waste of time” ----Victor Hugo.

HOW OUR TIME IS WASTED?
The average Office worker wastes 4 Hrs and 39 Mts of work time a week according to NEW SURVEY OF EXECUTIVES. Such squandering cost US employers $170 billion in 1986 alone.

Which Workers waste the time most?
 Workers under 30

 Workers between 30 & 45  Workers over 45

TELEVISION USE
 The average Television use per US household per day is 6 Hrs, 59 Mts.

 We see one million commercials before the age of 21.

Barriers to reach your Goals & Objectives.
 CRISIS management.  Being at everyone’s beck and call.  Being on a treadmill.

MYTHS about Time Management
 If you are EFFICIENT you must be EFFECTIVE too.  If you want a job done well, DO IT YOURSELF.  There is only ONE CORRECT WAY to do a job.  You can’t be productive unless you are BUSY ALL THE TIME.

WHY DO WE PROCRASTINATE?
 Things seem to be UNPLEASANT.  I DO NOT WANT to do it.  If I PUT OFF something long enough SOME ONE ELSE WILL DO IT.  I do not know WHERE OR HOW TO BEGIN.  I fiddle around for hours doing easy or unimportant jobs.
PROCASTINATION IS THE THIEF OF TIME

OVERCOMING PROCRASTINATION.
ADMIT the fact that you procrastinate. START DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT. Take more POSITIVE ATTITUDE towards the work. Accept that the job is not going to go away if you procrastinate. Draw INSPIRATION FROM PAST SUCCESSES.

25,000 Dollar Advice !!!

Start your day with a THINGS TO DO LIST AND PRIORITISE THE VITAL FEW after picking them from the trivial many.CHARLES SCHWAB, an American
Millionaire paid a Consultant 25,000 dollars for the above advice in the year 1936.

TIME MANAGEMENT GRID
URGENT but NOT IMPORTANT
(Avoid spending too much time on these)

Both URGENT and IMPORTANT
(Spend enough time to do these jobs well)

NOT IMPORTANT NOT URGENT.
(Avoid temptation to do easy things)

NOT URGENT but IMPORTANT.
(Do not put off because they are not urgent)

TIME MANAGEMENT GRID
T (Total) I (Important)

M (Most important)

E (Extremely imp.)

10 COMMANDMENTS on Managing Time.
1.SET S M A R T GOALS and DEADLINES. 2.Break long term plans in to weekly and daily action plans. 3.Think through your day while making way to your work. 4.Delegate tasks which are not time effective for you to do. 5.Prioritise your daily work plans.

10 COMMANDMENTS Contd.
7. Reward yourself when you meet your deadlines. 8. Enjoy everything you do. 9. Beware of procrastination. 10.Learn to say ‘no’

END RESULT?
MANAGING TIME WELL WILL HELP YOU
 IN INCRESING PRODUCTIVITY—getting more things done and in meeting deadlines.  IN AVOIDING STRESS/TENSION. Taking care of your health,feeling more relaxed,in control of your time,giving you peace of mind and happiness.  IN AVOIDING MISSING OF APPOINTMENTS.

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