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June 23, 2020

The secret’s out, people! We all can be productivity machines! All we have to be (or do) is to become a believer of your own potential. 


With just a few simple secrets, we can improve our present selves and come out a productivity genius. No more excuses, this time around.


Don’t believe us?


Here’s our best proposal: Take these secrets to heart, double your efforts into practicing them and then learn from the ways which have been proven to work for a lot of successful people. 


There’s a lot you can learn from them, you see. As it turns out, these secrets were passed down to them from their own mentors too. So they work like how our old adage does - productivity is multiplied many times over throughout history.


Your success is calling. Why not try out these best kept Time Management Secrets:


Secret One: Know Your Truths

Do you procrastinate often? Are you always feeling lazy? What goals have you put off recently? What keeps you from being truly productive? 

We ask these questions because we believe that a good start to properly managing your time is to acknowledge some very useful truths first. In doing so, you’re opening yourself to a radical realization that could possibly be what’s stopping you from effectively managing your time.


This is actually no secret, but rather an approach to identifying the reasons why goals are sometimes hard to reach. Being realistic - like the raw, unabashed facing-the-facts kind where you open up to many ugly truths about yourself- can possibly lead oneself to becoming aware of your own powers and limitations. Setting personal limitations is useful when making future plans and goals.


Why do this though? It’s rather simple: Don’t do anything you’re not well-prepared for.


Secret Two: Use A Planner

Leverage tools that will get you moving and digging your way into productivity - one task at a time. There are lots of ways to make this happen but we highly recommend using a planner. Planners are structured, easy-to-use and inspiring tools that help you get your time organized and your tasks managed. We believe that planners are essential tools that develop healthy and habitual time management skills.


Planners work because they tackle the basic positive principles of proper time management. A really good planner even guides you into creating good habits that address your weaknesses and corrects them in a structured manner. The more you use it, the better you’ll get. Every planner has a different focus but it’s important that you choose one that targets goal-keeping and is rooted on reliable psychological principles.


Secret Three: Mastering A Schedule


Writing down a schedule for a day shouldn’t be too hard, right? But is it? One thing to remember is that writing down a schedule is a far cry from mastering it. You see, a well-planned schedule - a really well-made one is the main difference between being productive to becoming a master!


A “well-made’ schedule is what helps you manage yourself instead of managing your time. This is because the one thing you can control and manage to change is OURSELVES. We cannot change time. And so a schedule is what we use to do the most important things that need to get done like setting priorities for the day and assigning important errands.


The key here is NOT doing 10 things at once but rather doing 1 thing 10 times - the true definition of mastery. Make a schedule everyday and follow it until it becomes a habit to have one and then gradually never go through a day without first following a full schedule.


Secret Four: Some Help May Be Necessary

Asking for help is never a bad thing. Sometimes, the most efficient way to getting things done and save time doing it, is to ask for help. Some tasks are better accomplished when there are more hands coordinating and finishing together.


Give up the notion you can do it all because it won’t make sense when you have too many priorities and then find yourself in a bind when the clock runs out. Part of wisely managing yourself is to acknowledge ONE FACT: Alone you may not be enough and that could be the reason why you’re stuck at many priorities at the same time.


A crucial mistake you can make in time management is to avoid asking help because it’s not part of your plans. That should change because asking for help is a fast way of accomplishing tasks in the most efficient. Even highly successful people work in teams.


Secret Five: Always Finish Each Task And Finish Well

Bear in mind that every task completion is a win against procrastination. Every accomplished task in your list is a validation of your value. So put all your energy into completing every task with 100% commitment into getting it done well. Finish like how a champion would, no matter how small a task is. As you know, every goal is reached through small but continuous steps towards it.


Treat each task as though it was leading you to a bigger goal. Through this determination, you’re always giving your 100% best and nothing short of it. Imagine what you can achieve when both your mind and heart are committed to improving your time management skills and begin maximizing on your own productivity

 

Secret’s out, people! We all can be productivity machines! All we have to be (or do) is to become a believer of your own potential. 

 

With just a few simple secrets, we can improve our present selves and come out a productivity genius. No more excuses, this time around.

 

Don’t believe us?

 

Here’s our best proposal: Take these secrets to heart, double your efforts into practicing them and then learn from the ways which have been proven to work for a lot of successful people. 

 

There’s a lot you can learn from them, you see. As it turns out, these secrets were passed down to them from their own mentors too. So they work like how our old adage does - productivity is multiplied many times over throughout history.

 

Your success is calling. Why not try out these best kept Time Management Secrets:

 

Secret One: Know Your Truths

Do you procrastinate often? Are you always feeling lazy? What goals have you put off recently? What keeps you from being truly productive? 

We ask these questions because we believe that a good start to properly managing your time is to acknowledge some very useful truths first. In doing so, you’re opening yourself to a radical realization that could possibly be what’s stopping you from effectively managing your time.

 

This is actually no secret, but rather an approach into identifying the reasons why goals are sometimes hard to reach. Being realistic - like the raw, unabashed facing-the-facts kind where you open up to many ugly truths about yourself- can possibly lead oneself to becoming aware of your own powers and limitations. Setting personal limitations is useful when making future plans and goals.

 

Why do this though? It’s rather simple: Don’t do anything you’re not well-prepared for.

 

Secret Two: Use A Planner

Leverage tools that will get you moving and digging your way into productivity - one task at a time. There are lots of ways to make this happen but we highly recommend using a planner. Planners are structured, easy-to-use and inspiring tools that help you get your time organized and your tasks managed. We believe that planners are essential tools that develop healthy and habitual time management skills.

 

Planners work because they tackle the basic positive principles of proper time management. A really good planner even guides you into creating good habits that address your weaknesses and corrects them in a structured manner. The more you use it, the better you’ll get. Every planner has a different focus but it’s important that you choose one that targets goal-keeping and is rooted on reliable psychological principles.

 

Secret Three: Mastering A Schedule

 

Writing down a schedule for a day shouldn’t be too hard, right? But is it? One thing to remember is that writing down a schedule is a far cry from mastering it. You see, a well-planned schedule - a really well-made one is the main difference between being productive to becoming a master!

 

A “well-made’ schedule is what helps you manage yourself instead of managing your time. This is because the one thing you can control and manage to change is OURSELVES. We cannot change time. And so a schedule is what we use to do the most important things that need to get done like setting priorities for the day and assigning important errands.

 

The key here is NOT doing 10 things at once but rather doing 1 thing 10 times - the true definition of mastery. Make a schedule everyday and follow it until it becomes a habit to have one and then gradually never go through a day without first following a full schedule.

 

Secret Four: Some Help May Be Necessary

Asking for help is never a bad thing. Sometimes, the most efficient way to getting things done and save time doing it, is to ask for help. Some tasks are better accomplished when there are more hands coordinating and finishing together.

 

Give up the notion you can do it all because it won’t make sense when you have too many priorities and then find yourself in a bind when the clock runs out. Part of wisely managing yourself is to acknowledge ONE FACT: Alone you may not be enough and that could be the reason why you’re stuck at many priorities at the same time.

 

A crucial mistake you can make in time management is to avoid asking help because it’s not part of your plans. That should change because asking for help is a fast way of accomplishing tasks in the most efficient. Even highly successful people work in teams.

 

Secret Five: Always Finish Each Task And Finish Well

Bear in mind that every task completion is a win against procrastination. Every accomplished task in your list is a validation of your value. So put all your energy into completing every task with 100% commitment into getting it done well. Finish like how a champion would, no matter how small a task is. As you know, every goal is reached through small but continuous steps towards it.

 

Treat each task as though it was leading you to a bigger goal. Through this determination, you’re always giving your 100% best and nothing short of it. Imagine what you can achieve when both your mind and heart are committed to improving your time management skills and begin maximizing on your own productivity

 

Secret’s out, people! We all can be productivity machines! All we have to be (or do) is to become a believer of your own potential. 

 

With just a few simple secrets, we can improve our present selves and come out a productivity genius. No more excuses, this time around.

 

Don’t believe us?

 

Here’s our best proposal: Take these secrets to heart, double your efforts into practicing them and then learn from the ways which have been proven to work for a lot of successful people. 

 

There’s a lot you can learn from them, you see. As it turns out, these secrets were passed down to them from their own mentors too. So they work like how our old adage does - productivity is multiplied many times over throughout history.

 

Your success is calling. Why not try out these best kept Time Management Secrets:

 

Secret One: Know Your Truths

Do you procrastinate often? Are you always feeling lazy? What goals have you put off recently? What keeps you from being truly productive? 

We ask these questions because we believe that a good start to properly managing your time is to acknowledge some very useful truths first. In doing so, you’re opening yourself to a radical realization that could possibly be what’s stopping you from effectively managing your time.

 

This is actually no secret, but rather an approach into identifying the reasons why goals are sometimes hard to reach. Being realistic - like the raw, unabashed facing-the-facts kind where you open up to many ugly truths about yourself- can possibly lead oneself to becoming aware of your own powers and limitations. Setting personal limitations is useful when making future plans and goals.

 

Why do this though? It’s rather simple: Don’t do anything you’re not well-prepared for.

 

Secret Two: Use A Planner

Leverage tools that will get you moving and digging your way into productivity - one task at a time. There are lots of ways to make this happen but we highly recommend using a planner. Planners are structured, easy-to-use and inspiring tools that help you get your time organized and your tasks managed. We believe that planners are essential tools that develop healthy and habitual time management skills.

 

Planners work because they tackle the basic positive principles of proper time management. A really good planner even guides you into creating good habits that address your weaknesses and corrects them in a structured manner. The more you use it, the better you’ll get. Every planner has a different focus but it’s important that you choose one that targets goal-keeping and is rooted on reliable psychological principles.

 

Secret Three: Mastering A Schedule

 

Writing down a schedule for a day shouldn’t be too hard, right? But is it? One thing to remember is that writing down a schedule is a far cry from mastering it. You see, a well-planned schedule - a really well-made one is the main difference between being productive to becoming a master!

 

A “well-made’ schedule is what helps you manage yourself instead of managing your time. This is because the one thing you can control and manage to change is OURSELVES. We cannot change time. And so a schedule is what we use to do the most important things that need to get done like setting priorities for the day and assigning important errands.

 

The key here is NOT doing 10 things at once but rather doing 1 thing 10 times - the true definition of mastery. Make a schedule everyday and follow it until it becomes a habit to have one and then gradually never go through a day without first following a full schedule.

 

Secret Four: Some Help May Be Necessary

Asking for help is never a bad thing. Sometimes, the most efficient way to getting things done and save time doing it, is to ask for help. Some tasks are better accomplished when there are more hands coordinating and finishing together.

 

Give up the notion you can do it all because it won’t make sense when you have too many priorities and then find yourself in a bind when the clock runs out. Part of wisely managing yourself is to acknowledge ONE FACT: Alone you may not be enough and that could be the reason why you’re stuck at many priorities at the same time.

 

A crucial mistake you can make in time management is to avoid asking help because it’s not part of your plans. That should change because asking for help is a fast way of accomplishing tasks in the most efficient. Even highly successful people work in teams.

 

Secret Five: Always Finish Each Task And Finish Well

Bear in mind that every task completion is a win against procrastination. Every accomplished task in your list is a validation of your value. So put all your energy into completing every task with 100% commitment into getting it done well. Finish like how a champion would, no matter how small a task is. As you know, every goal is reached through small but continuous steps towards it.

 

Treat each task as though it was leading you to a bigger goal. Through this determination, you’re always giving your 100% best and nothing short of it. Imagine what you can achieve when both your mind and heart are committed to improving your time management skills and begin maximizing on your own productivity.

 

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