The 18 Minute Technique to Plan your Day

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Ignatius D, Manager, India
Did it ever happened to you that you had lots of energy and a plan to have a great working day and you went to the office in a very positive mood, but due to circumstances, the day didn't go as planned at all and in the end, you felt disappointed. It might be due to some unexpected emails, or you might have ended up helping other people, or perhaps you were so busy with urgent things that you forgot what you wanted to accomplish that day. This happens quite often because planning is only half the effort but the other important part is execution. If this sounds like a situation of being unfocused that you have quite often, than perhaps Bregman's 18-minute time management technique to manage your 8-hour workday is something you might use (or adapt to your own needs):
  1. TAKE 5 MINUTES TO SET THE PLAN: When you go to work, before starting the computer take a piece of paper and decide what will make your day productive and successful. Make a list of realistic tasks that will he (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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