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Time Management - Finding Some Personal Time


Personal time or relax time is often why people want to learn how they can squeeze an hour or so out of their busy day. Often though, personal time becomes television time. You may think that if you only have an hour left before going to bed, there's not enough time to start something so you might as well just watch T.V.

That's where you're wrong. You plan your day (even if you don't know it) by working from 9:00 to 5:00, commuting from 8:00 to 9:00 and 5:00 to 6:00. Having lunch from 12:00 to 1:00 and preparing and eating dinner from 6:00 to 7:00. Why can't you plan what you're going to do with the hour that's left just for you before going to bed?

If you chose to eliminate television from your evenings, you could reclaim at least an hour to develop yourself personally. You could learn new skills that you've been putting off like a new language, painting, starting your own company. You could invest your time on reading books that will enable you to start a new hobby or plan the trip of a lifetime. By reading and learning for only one hour a day about things that interest you, you would spend 365 hours per year on becoming a specialist at what you truly love. Who needs to go to night classes with that?! By spending only one hour a day on yourself, you will open up endless possibilities, become a new and improved person who has a life outside of work and therefore does not depend on work to have a life.

Remember: Don't be too busy making a living that you forget to live your life!

If you would like to learn more on this subject or how to manage your time more effectively, click on this link http://www.EffectiveTimeManagement.comCopyright © 2005 EffectiveTimeManagement.com All rights reserved.

My name is Catherin Nellissen. I have been organising events and training for over 11 years. I have learned the hard way how important it is to stay on top of what's happening and making sure that everyone working with me knows what to do in a timely matter. I believe that organization is the key to a successful career and life! Over the years, I have created templates that help me and the people that work with me keep on top of our busy workloads and reach our personal goals. I have decided to share my knowledge of time management, hoping to help other people take control of their busy lives and make sure they accomplish what their heart desires. Life's too short - get organised!


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