•Instead of punishing yourself for wasting time, give yourself rewards each time you manage your time wisely. Reinforce in a positive way.
•Learn to say no without feeling guilty. If you are asked to do a job and you know you do not have the time to do it to the best of your ability, say no.
•Avoid meetings whenever possible. If you must have a meeting, prepare a specific agenda ahead of time and stick to it.
•Link errands together. Instead of four trips a day, go out just once and stop at the grocery store, dry cleaner, and bank in succession.
•Carry two books with you at all times: one to read when you are caught with time on your hands and one with blank pages so that you can write down any good ideas that you suddenly develop.
From How To Manage Your Time, by Dennis E. Hensley (Warner Press)
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