Time Management Research Strategy Paper

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Time Management Research Strategy Paper At first, I thought the example given; “Time Management” was not a good example to use for my paper. I didn’t really [Clearer writing suggestion--"real" or "really" means "existing in actuality"--it adds little to the meaning (and using it to mean "big," "very," or "genuine" is slang); replace it with a more expressive word] feel like I have an issue managing time, after all I complete my task about ninety [Express numbers higher than nine in digits (when not the first word in the sentence)] -nine percent of the time and normally finish on or ahead of schedule. However, when I stopped to look at what I complete I was surprised [The passive voice is a form of "be" (was) and a participle…show more content…
My goal requires information on time management tools, prioritization and [Check punctuation--insert a comma before this word if this is the last in a list of more than two--or if it begins a new clause] organization. I want to gather information from credible sources, so I will be looking for information from reputable time management coaches. Additionally I need to answer the following questions: “How can I improve my prioritization skills? What organization tools are there for time management?” and “What are the keys to managing your time?” I will use the Internet for my research because it can be accessed 24/7 and reference any books that are available through “University of Phoenix” online library. I will place the information retrieved into two categories, relevant and non-relevant. Discarding the irrelevant data and sorting the relevant into categories that fit the questions that I have asked and a category for the questions that may be applicable which [Use "that" for a restrictive phrase (or place a comma before "which")] I did not ask. I will then analyze the data, re-categorizing if needed, examine the evidence of recommendations, determining whether the information is fact or opinion and if it is opinion is it supported [Passive voice] by any facts. I will make comparisons to similar information identify any themes or ideas and align the information with other information retrieved. Then I will examine perspectives and assumptions.

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