TIME MANAGEMENT - Arizona Western College

TIME MANAGEMENT - Arizona Western College

TIME MANAGEMENT Student Support Services Fall 2003 Workshop Overview The Secret to understanding time Defining time management How is MY time management? What does it mean to me?

Time management strategies The Secret to understanding Time Time management in American culture is simply a matter of choosing, organizing, and scheduling events. Knowing this, we are forced to live by schedules, set times, and restrictions. Instead of only focusing on events in time, on WHAT we are doing, it also serves us to also explore HOW things are going. Exploring HOW is going, the quality or feeling of

time, should be the domain of inner time management. What is Time Management? Time management is the act of arranging your commitments according to the time scheduled and their importance. Time Management Strategies

There are Strategies to gaining good time management skills. -The 888 method *Fixed vs. flexible time *Keep track by using a calendar. *Stay away from interruptions or procrastination. 8,8,8 = Balance There are only 24 hours in a day! The day is made

of only 24 hours (even though we wish it had more). Three segments of 8 hours keeps things simple. 8 hours of sleep gives you the rest your body needs to accomplish your goals and

remain healthy. 8 hours of work/school keeps you from burning out by doing too much, or from not devoting enough Personal time to your goals. Work/School 8 hours of personal

time keeps your Sleep life well-rounded with time for fun and enjoyment! Fixed Vs. Flexible Time Fixed time is time that is set. You know ahead of time when things will happen. Your class

schedule, your appointment with a counselor or your doctor, due dates for papers, or tests are examples of events that are under a fixed time. Flexible time is time that you have available and can

change at any chance. An outing with your friends, washing clothes, talking on the phone, or watching TV are examples of flexible time. Keep Track of your Fixed & Flexible time Calendars, agendas,

and planners are an excellent way to keep track of your fixed and flexible time! TIMEWhere is it? Where is MY time??? in our lives! Lets look at a day

Things To Avoid When Managing Your Time Avoid interruptions Avoid Procrastination Time management Tips Know what you value and what your priorities are. Keep your calendar/planner with you, be creative with it, and expect to make changes. Make an effort to follow your calendar and reward

yourself for following through! Make your plans clear to and compatible with family, friends, and other important people in your life. Do not over-schedule or under schedule. YES, Benefits. Having good time management can provide you with: -Guilt-free time! -No procrastination!

-Less decision-making! -A sense of control! -Success! Thank You for Coming Student Support Services Workshop Feedback Form

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