Get The Most Out Of Your Day
Time Commitment: Value Your Time – Every Day.
There are 6 necessary conditions for success. Managing your time is one of the necessary conditions. Use these points to achieve your best self. Commit to using your “To-Do List”. Your list is a schedule for managing time and should include downtime. Schedule your time to include family, health, learning and leisure.
Learn to delegate and follow up.
The first 90 minutes of your day are the most productive. Commit to getting the most out of the first 90 minutes. The last 90 minutes of the day, should be about you and your family.
Use Virtual Assitants
Don’t only delegate the work but also the decisions and outcomes. If you have to spend time making decisions about the work being done, you may as well just do the work. Read the book “Clock Work” by Mike Machalowicz.
Make time to regenerate your spirit.
Regenerate your spirit and get excited about what you can achieve tomorrow.
Make time to learn something new.
Review your Total Commitment Plan. Set aside 10 minutes each morning to affirm your total commitment. Concentrate on tasks that will have the most impact. Pay attention to all 6 necessary conditions.
Trello Time Management and Goal Setting
Time Management and Goal Setting With Trello
We recommend using the on-line time management tool TRELLO. This tool lets you manage your task like a Kanban board (Read The Phoenix Project).
New Members get access to the Lifestyle Commitment and Goal Setting Boards.
You can move the tasks around and apply colour and priority. A good way of using Trello is to first create a board for each project and then create a mind dump column. Everything you need to think about is just dumped into this column.
Assign every task a due date that will change colour as the time arrives, which reminds you to act on the task and move it to the Current Working column.
The Current Working column contains the job or jobs that you are currently working on, and each is completed, move it to the completed (Done) column. This lets you keep track of what has been completed and if you need to refer to a task that was done, it is easy to find
It’s a great way of managing your time.
How to work with a Virtual Assistant (VA)?
Virtual Done Well. (Rob O’Byrne : Founder)
Quite a New Channel! We’ve been around a while (8 Years) but decided to start a regular weekly VLOG. Here we share tips on utilizing Virtual Assistants to help grow your business and free up your time.
We’re in the business and so have lots of tips to share and can answer all your questions. Virtual Done Well is an outsourcing business based in the Philippines that provides administration and marketing support to small businesses, whilst at the same time providing long-term career opportunities for motivated young people and helping the local community. A Win-Win. It runs as a not-for-profit. More of a Social Enterprise really!