Sort Your Time Management Out! Journal
Time is the equalizer of all life on earth. You have the same amount of time in a day as everyone else: 24 hours. What you do with the 24 hours you're given, determines your successes, failures and contentment in life. If you want to sort your time management out, then keep reading...
A recent study stated that the average employee spends 2 hours per day recovering from distractions and that the average employee only works for a total of 3 minutes before switching to another task. These are all issues that we are likely to face on a typical working day.
If you struggle with time management, your thoughts and feelings have a significant impact here, and this is where issues can manifest. If we don't do something about it, the loss of time will be considerable.
A journal is a fantastic resource to write your reflections every day. All you need to do is write for five minutes at the end of the working day, or before you go to bed, it is up to you. Writing in a journal can create significant changes in your life when done correctly. It's an excellent opportunity to create a habit and build this into your life and as an example, make it part of your daily routine.
Famous journal keepers include inventor Leonardo da Vinci and entrepreneur Benjamin Franklin. Their experiences demonstrate just how versatile journaling is and how almost anyone can benefit from this practice.
In this book, you will discover:
- Positive time management development
- 100 days of time management reflection
- 10-day reviews
- Increased awareness
- Identification of time bandits!
- Action planning for the future
- Positive thinking
- Identification of the work-life balance
We believe you should lead your life and even if you have struggled with some aspects of yourself, you can address it and change if you choose to. Writing a journal is a great step in this journey. Our journals ask coaching questions every day to guide you.
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