The Ultimate Time Management System

Now you have your goals clearly defined and have created an initial plan of action, it is vital that the plan is enacted in the most efficient way possible. If you really want to achieve the goals you have set for the coming year you are going to have to ensure that you take effective action consistently throughout. If you don’t master time management then you will never be as effective as you could be and you may well spend much of your time either doing work that does not need to be done or simple focussed on the wrong things.

Every highly effective person manages their time efficiently, ensuring nobody and nothing wastes their time – including them.

All too many people take action that is not effective in moving them in the direction of their goals. Urgent actions that seem to be important can all too often be things are not actually important at all.

Once you master this system, you can implement it each day in a matter of minutes, and the results can be staggering. It is said that a half hour of planning can save two hours of execution. This is true of both your work and home life. I guarantee that if you implement this programme consistently every day as described, you will be amazed and delighted at the results you get.

I know from my own personal experience that when I was running my first business and I first implemented this system in full and to the letter, I could not believe the results. The highly important work that I would usually have to get done in the evenings and at weekends, I got done in a couple of hours in one day. All too often the critical work that needed my undivided attention, that I would have to focus on to ensure I did it right, had to be done when everyone else had left the office or when I was at home, simply because I was constantly interrupted at work.

So, in this section of the book we are going to go really deep into the most effective time management system I have ever known, one that I developed over many years by bringing together the elements of so many other programmes.

Management is Measurement

So how will you know if the system we are going to use will work for you? How can you be sure that the results I achieved are going to be the same for you?

In the coming pages I am going to show how just one of the techniques can increase your productivity by a massive 400%. That’s great, but only if you actually know that it has worked. All too many people do not check their productivity on a regular basis, if at all.

So let’s say you want to improve the productivity of your work. If you know what is productive in your work you should then be able to look at your historic effectiveness. For example, if you are a mechanic, perhaps you can look at the number of cars you serviced in the previous month. If you are an accountant you could look at how many hours you work to complete your tasks on a weekly basis. A manufacturer could measure the production rate of the business over the previous few months. It is important to choose measurements that are directly related to your own activities.

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