The more we manage to do, the better the quality of our work and life in general. Almost all existing time management methods consist of three components: prioritization, planning and structuring.
To complete a task, you need to determine how urgent, complex and important it is, and only then proceed with its implementation. Sometimes to save time you can use time conversion.
To complete a task, you need to understand when it should be done and how long it will take.
To complete a task, you need to understand how to track its progress and results.
Most time management techniques rely on structuring and prioritization, and only a small part is a complex combination of all three principles.
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