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Schedule your time effectively. Set goals. Prioritize responsibilities. Manage interruptions. Avoid procrastination.
Survey how you spend your time to determine if you’re spending your time effectively. Find a system that works for you Allow for flexibility Schedule yourself rewards
Set motivational goals Set SMART goals Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time-bound Put your goals in writing Make a plan of action Stick with it!
What are your time management goals for this semester? For this year? For the next ten years?
Minimizethe possibility for interruptions. the disruption.
Set early deadlines for yourself. Have a friend or family member hold you accountable. Put yourself in an environment where filler tasks can’t distract you.
What have you learned today about time management? What will you do differently in the future?
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Procrastination is putting off or avoiding doing something that must be done. › A little is normal › Too much = disaster.
1. Identify the components of setting SMART goals as a class 2. Establish a minimum of three short-term and long-term goals in relation to their individual.
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