How to Manage Time Management【如何規劃和管理時間】

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[How to Manage Time Management]

By: Jacobus DU PLESSIS (HSBC Prosperity Hall)
Image: http://www.kbbcoaching.com.au

We’ve all been guilty of sitting clicking away on Facebook for what we think is only a quick 15 minutes, just to realise we have just wasted 2 hours! Here is the definitive guide for making your seconds, minutes and hours count:
A list? What list?
This is the superweapon in every organised person’s armoury. With this little trick all your jumbled thoughts get set down in a neat little schedule for you to tackle.
How does it work? Make a list of the all the tasks you need to complete and organise them according to priority, while setting realistic goals for their completion. For example:
1. Essay: Finish by 6 pm.
2. Article for ResLink: Tomorrow 11 am.
By following this simple, yet effective way of planning your day you’ll soon find yourself making steady progress toward success.
Gung ho!
We students are always guilty of this – we’ll leave our assignments for the weekend before (or worse – the day before) the deadline and then try and finish the entire thing in a mad dash for the finish. This is plain and simply silly.
What’s the alternative? If you break up your time in segments and work on that important assignment for several hours every week you’ll not only do a better job of it, but you’ll also avoid all the unnecessary stress that the “gung ho” approach induces. It isn’t that difficult to do. If you use the task list above to plan these segments accordingly you’ll be cruising through those assignments in no time.
Bringing it all together
Only you will really know what works best for you, but being mindful of the tasks you need to complete and setting realistic goals for completing them will help you “manage” time management.

【如何規劃和管理時間】

文:Jacobus DU PLESSIS(匯豐業昕堂)
譯:高路延(陳瑞球堂)
圖:www.kbbcoaching.com.au

當我們發現我們坐在電腦前,在Facebook上面浪費了兩個小時,而自己以為僅僅過去了十五分鐘的時候,我們都會感到內疚。以下是一則讓你的每一小時、每一分每一秒都過得有意義的幫助:

清單?怎樣的清單?
列清單是每個有條理的人的超級武器。有了這樣一份清單,所有混亂的思緒都可以被重新理清。一個清晰整齊的日程表自然方便我們著手處理面前的 一堆事情。
那麼具體該如何做呢?
首先,列出所有你需要完成的任務;其次,根據重要性把它們重新排序,同時給自己定下合理的完成時間。比如:
1. 論文:六點前完成
2. 《宿生緣》的文章:明早十一點前完成
就像這樣,你便掌握了可以高效管理一天的時間的技能。慢慢你就會發現自己在進步,離成功越來越近。

趕Due!
作為學生的我們經常會為這件事感到愧疚——不到死線之前的那個週末甚至是前一天,我們都不會開始做作業,我們試圖在最後的期限把所有的事情匆忙趕完。這無疑是痛苦也是不明智的。
或許我們還有別的選擇?當然!如果你可以把所有時間分成幾部分,每週拿出幾小時去完成特定的作業,你不僅可以做的更好,同時也可以避免一切因為短時間內趕作業而帶來的壓力。這做起來並不難。試著用清單去規劃不同的時段,你會發現其實很快便可以完成所有的工作。

整合
我們需要知道哪一種方法對自己來說是最有效的。更重要的是,我們要時刻記住自己所需要完成的任務並且為它們制定合理可行的目標。這樣我們管理時間的能力才會逐漸提高。

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