Time is our most limited asset. All life is finite, like everything around us. And as the poet said, time does not stop. Therefore, conquering more hours to enjoy your personal life, leisure, family, is a victory at this time when the demands of dedication to work and the permanent connection imposed by digital equipment is part of everyday life.
To reach this result, I suggest some rules in your work. Initially, make a spreadsheet and try to understand where your time is spent. How much at work, how much in displacements, how much in daily activities (bank, supermarket) and how much in leisure. With that clear, think about how to improve this equation according to your will and need.
The second suggestion is to learn to delegate. Don't try to take control of everything, trust your subordinates. If you don't, you risk being swallowed up by tasks that feel urgent all the time.
The third rule is to learn to say no. Nobody can do everything. Be aware of your responsibilities, the quantity and quality of your work. And refuse what you cannot do with excellence – when such a refusal is possible, of course, as there are situations in which denial can complicate even your job retention. Have common sense.
My last suggestion is to always start your day with what is most difficult. Many people choose the opposite and then have to carry out complex tasks or tasks that they do not like when they are tired. If you “get rid” of the most difficult thing first, there is much more time left for what you enjoy.
With this reasonably simple scheme, there is a good chance that you can earn a few extra hours in your day to enjoy with family, sports, friends. It will definitely make your day to day happier.
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