Speech On Time Management Strategies

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Time Management Paper Earl Nightingale, a motivational speaker, said, “Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well put that passing time to the best possible use.” Time can’t be stopped, it will pass no matter what happens but you can manage how you spend your time. In this paper, I will talk about how I personally use my time and give examples on how I can use it better. I will also talk about how to effectively use time management strategies to ensure that you accomplish your goals. After all, how you spend your time is a huge indicator of how your goals will be accomplished. It always seems like there is more time in a week then there actually is. 168 hours is all you have in a week. Most people spend a lot of that time doing the following; sleeping, working, going to school, fun activities, and (sometimes) commuting. My week is actually pretty similar except I don’t really go to work or commute. Most of my 168 hours is spent in school (65 hours) or asleep (42 hours). The other 61 hours are mostly spent doing homework. I usually leave about 20 hours for eating, grooming, and fun. Now, my schedule probably isn’t very healthy or fun but it gets the job done. I definitely don’t get enough sleep, but somehow I still have the energy to (mostly) get through the day with a couple of naps. The ideal schedule would balance work/school and fun in a much…
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