BY DALE VERMILLION
Plan your days to maximize the time you spend doing what matters to you
“There just aren’t enough hours in a day!”
Does that sound familiar? The demands of work, for many people, can be so intense that they feel stuck in a never-ending cycle of phone calls, appointments and meetings. Unfortunately, family time, personal time and other things that really matter in life often take a back seat.
To free up some personal time, you need to get more done in fewer hours. To accomplish this, start shifting your focus toward priorities that directly lead to success—personal and professional—and away from activities that don’t.
You can do this through four steps: auditing your time, prioritizing your activities, scheduling your priorities and executing your schedule.