I’m trying out a new Q&A format for some questions I’ve received in the last few weeks. Let me know what you think in the comments or by emaiing me your own question to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last week I got a question in the mailbag that was short and to the point.
How can we avoid paying overtime to employees?
My answer was short and sweet: Continue reading
Today we\’re kicking off the 168 Hours Series (cleverly named because there are 168 total hours in a week). After seeing others struggle with their own time and focus, I thought it would be helpful to put a few posts together with some tips and strategies for managing time. And if the term â€œmanaging timeâ€ bothers you, then replace it with something more palatable. It\’s a misnomer, really, because unless you\’re Hiro Nakamura, you are most certainly not the master of time and space. But you can still do some pretty amazing things with some focused effort.
Everyone has 168 hours in a week. Make yours count.
That\’s not to say that you have to be doing something every one of those 168 hours. It just means that you should be purposeful with your time. You have a finite amount and an infinite number of activities to choose from. Be purposeful with how you spend your time, and I guarantee you\’ll have more satisfaction than if you wander aimlessly, hoping you\’ll be able to accomplish your goals in some general time frame.
Of all of your resources, time is the one that you just can\’t get more of.
What will be covered?
- Golden Hours, Batching Tasks, and Cutting Distractions
- The (dreaded but effective) Time Log
- Goals, Time, Focus, and Snowballs
- And more…
More topics may be added as time goes on, but those are a few that I definitely want to include. Interested? Make sure you subscribe for free updates. And if you know someone who could use a little bit of help on the time management side of things, please pass them the link to this post. You just might not want to tell them why you’re letting them know. :-)