Inside LaunchStreet Time Management Isn't Task Management (1)


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Why time management is actually prioritity and innovation management.

Are you struggling with time management? Do you feel like you never have enough time to cross off all the things on your ‘to-do’ list, and start being innovative? Trust me, you’re not alone, and I have some tips for you to start managing your time better.

Time management is internally driven. Particularly when it feels like others are sucking our time, the responsibility lies on us to manage our own time to make things easier and less stressful by allowing more time and mental space back into our day. That’s where priority management comes in.

We may think that categorizing tasks into marketing, strategy, finances, etc. can help, but it doesn’t necessarily move us forward — and it didn’t help me get things done. We often mistake checking things off a list with real productivity that moves things forward, but what we need to be doing is prioritizing tasks that really make an impact. When I realized that time management is really about priority management, my world changed. Ask yourself: What’s the ONE Thing you can do such that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary?

When you ask yourself that question every day, you’ll be on your way to managing your time so much better.

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