How to Make To-do List When Using Time Management in the Workplace?

Horace Addison  2019-09-20 15:15:50

You will admire someone at work who can finish all the tasks assigned to them and still have time left over to pursue their hobbies, enjoy a lunch with their family and friends, go camping over the weekend and even take up more responsibility at the office. That is exactly attributing to proper time management. As usual, the most important thing is to make a plan first, like to-do list.

  1. 1 Accept the truth: one day means 24 hours. This applies to you and anyone else you may work with. Even your boss.
    • 2Get to work at least a half an hour earlier than usual everyday. Get a sheet of paper and sit down somewhere quiet. Take a deep breath and think about everything that needs to be done.
      • 3Prepare a list of to-do activities. First of all, draw a table with three columns- tasks, due date and priority. Make the column for the tasks the biggest.
        • 4Write down the tasks to finish, as they occur to you. Include the respective due date.
          • 5Prioritize the tasks and label them with 1, 2, 3 or A, B, C (high, medium, low priority). Tasks to be completed within a day or two would be high priority tasks. More time should be assigned to these tasks and they should be dealt with first. Tasks to be finished within a 7- 10 days would be of medium priority. Tasks that have two or more weeks to finish would be low priority.