In this week's reading assignment, I learned about some time management strategies. I find these three strategies to be the most effective 1.Just say no; 2.- Use a calendar planner and daily to-do list; 3.- Do the most important things first. By saying "no" it is a way to convey myself to show dedication in my work. It could be difficult to avoid certain extra events in life. For an example, my friend would want me to come join them in a get together, but saying "no" in order to manage my time is though. Therefore, whenever I consider doing something, I will remind myself of important things such as assignments and studying that I really need to finish, without taking the risk missing deadlines and rushing through it. I should always consider what I need and how much time I have before accepting invitations or offering assistance. So saying "no" seems like the right thing to do. Next, I use a calendar. This technique helps me set aside time for daily and weekly planning. Whenever, I have new invitations and I always have the time ability to schedule time accordingly. In addition, I can make lists which will allow me to understanding my schedules and it allows me to keep on track of my progress, including all deadlines. Finally, I do the most important things first. The more things are done early, the less interruption occurs when working on assignments. This way if can avoid failure to do my work in an emergency since I have already done the work previously.
1.Agoos, S. (2016, March 15).5 tips to improve your critical thinking[Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dItUGF8GdTw 2.(Agoos, 2016) 3."Every day, a sea of decisions stretches before us. Some are small and unimportant, but others have a larger impact on our lives. " 4."Every day, a sea of decisions stretches before us. Some are small and unimportant, but others have a larger impact on our lives" (Agoos, 2016).
5.Daily, we are faced with a multitude of preferences. Others have been minor and insignificant, but also have a substantial impact on the society (Agoos, 2016).