I've got a few projects on the go at the moment, which will begin to take up more time as they evolve and expand. At the moment, I'm not getting much time to work on them, so I'm wondering how I will manage when they require more time than at present.
Well, we all know that a busy person will always find time to do stuff, so when someone says "I'm busy, I'll do it later" you usually know it will get done, but you might have to wait a while.
On the other hand, there are the other kind who will always put things off until tomorrow or the next day. I think I fall on both sides of the fence, it just depends on which - it's an unpredictable variable. With these points in mind and a distinct lack of time, I'll need to work on some more time management modifications.
At the moment, I spend around three hours per day going to and from work. I don't mind, but I do think how much better that time could be used if saved - I know I could cut it down to about 2 hours per day, which will come soon.
That would work out to be five extra hours per working week, to use more effectively. One thing I could wish for, is more hours in the day and or the complete eradication of the need for sleep.
Damn, I'm sure most of us would have more than enough time to do a lot of things then - Only I would bet that would cause a lot of us to become more lazy and switch to the "I'll do it later" method, simply because we would calculate we have enough time, but that time would just get wasted doing not a lot of anything productive, due to the fact we would think we have plenty to spare.Post ID: 367, posted by jase at 11:17 PM
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