Creativity and time management do not seem to go together. But it's not the case if you are able to understand the time management tips below.

Tip 1: Analyze your time management

Time is not constant, but a subjective sensation. Each of us takes his time differently and judge it differently. For some, it may amount to a disaster to need more than an hour a day to go through their mail. For others, it may be useful time invested in interpersonal communication.

Therefore, time management can not all be lumped together. Watch instead for yourself and analyze your use of time. Only where you are dissatisfied should you take your time management and examine it under the microscope. Not in competition with others, or because it's just fashion, but because it will increase your productivity.

Look not only for time wasters but for things that increase optimization. Search for people whom you are aware bypass their time differently than you. Learn from the differences and transfer them to your own creative time management. Adjust the new stimulus to your own preferences and needs.

Tip 2: flesh out and anchor your goals

Time and objectives are closely linked. With clear goals, you can evaluate your job better, separating the important from the unimportant, discarding unnecessary items and saving time. So, the more concrete your goals, the better your time management. This way, you can consider your goals and tasks from a different perspective.

Imagine, for example, that you're like an eagle soaring through your goals. You can thus change the focus. Ever sharper is the detail, even driving a long-range overview. Or imagine that you would consider your goals looking back from a distance of ten years. How did they help you with your needs? Did they fit you and your life patterns? And so on and so forth.

Then go one step further and anchor your goals in your subconscious. For example, you can add this just before bedtime to repeat several times, and so subconsciously during sleep process. Or you can try to give your goals a visual form. Images are better kept in mind and we use them as a highlighter.

If you want to win a 100-meter dash, then you form a picture as you cut through as the first target range with outstretched arms. Burn this image again and again into your subconscious one. Until you see it easily at any time in your mind's eye.

Tip 3: Visualize your tasks

With time planning, one can easily do this. You can understand your time and your specific requirements with proper time planning methods and easily accomplish every schedule. Just remember that failing to plan is planning to fail.

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