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How to Manage Time, Reduce Stress and Increase Happiness

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How to Manage Time, Reduce Stress and Increase Happiness Time is an asset that it is only too easy to waste! Once it has been spent, it can never be retrieved. There is no such thing as a refund, and the only re-runs are the ones that might be shown on the television.  Everyone is under more pressure these days - the pace of life is faster.  Individuals are being asked to work longer hours, sometimes with damaging consequences to their health and family life.  Good time management is essential. Here is t he Penguin Prof's College Success Series: Time Management video. It shows you how to reduce stress and make time for the things you WANT and NEED to do.  For more study tips, stories, penguins and more, visit the Penguin Prof Facebook Page:  http://www.facebook.com/ThePenguinProf   And did you know that penguins TWEET? Follow Penguin Prof on Twitter:  http://twitter.com/#!/penguinprof Wendy Mason is a career coach.  She helps people reach their goals and aspirat

Time Management – Is It Working For You?

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Time Management – Is It Working For You? My five earlier posts about Time Management; The Clock Is Ticking! How Good Are You At Time Management Time Management: Know Where Time Goes - Keep A Log Pinpointing Those Emotional Blocks to Change Time Management – Becoming Better Organized Find Your Prime Time said that the first five steps in managing time are;  To be clear about your purpose and your direction in life, To know how you spend your time To include an emotional element in your time management program. To become better organized. To find out when you work best. Now you need to make sure your new time management regime is working for you. If it is, you should notice the following improvements Increased energy, productivity and motivation A greater sense of control You are more decisive and pro-active You no longer take work problems home You are acting more assertively - procrastination and perfectionism are be

Time Management – Find Your Prime Time

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Eastern Screetch-Owl  (Photo credit: Wikipedia ) Time Management – Find Your Prime Time My four earlier posts about Time Management; The Clock Is Ticking! How Good Are You At Time Management Time Management: Know Where Time Goes - Keep A Log Pinpointing Those Emotional Blocks to Change Time Management – Becoming Better Organized said that the first four steps in managing time are;  To be clear about your purpose and your direction in life, To know how you spend your time To include an emotional element in your time management program. To become better organized Now you need to find out your best time to work! Some people are “owls” and work best in the late afternoon. Others are “larks” and love to wake up early and get on with their work.  One is not better than the other, they are just different. It is best to do your most demanding tasks when you are alert and at your best – work at your best internal prime time.