"Break a job into bite-sized pieces," Dr. Tytel explains. "Don't procrastinate because it can't all be done at...
once." Kaufman uses the analogy of cleaning a room. You may not have time to clean the whole room, but you should pick a task to match the amount of time available. "If you've got 20 minutes, you can do a drawer. With 40 minutes, you can clean a closet. With an hour, maybe you can clean the whole room," she says.
10 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL TIME MANAGEMENT
Step 01: Getting started
Step 02: Set clear goals and objectives
Step 03: Keep an activity log
Step 04: Handle e-mail and phone calls in batches
Step 05: Divide larger tasks into groups of smaller ones
Step 06: Prioritize tasks
Step 07: Set aside chunks of time to do nothing
Step 08: Don't overwork yourself
Step 09: Learn when to say no
Step 10: Know when you need time management help