Why you NEED to appreciate time!

Time-management is …. nah this not going to work! Let me ask you a question.

What is time?

Life is the past that have passed, a future approaching fast, and you are living in the little time span between them..

You can’t change the past neither you can control your future, but you can make the most out of your “now” and feel the satisfaction about this moment in your life now and forever!

All of us -with no exceptions- are dreaming to achieve our goals as soon as possible. However, many of us -with some exceptions- rarely try to make this dream come true!

Imagine you are that successful time- manager, who meet his deadlines on time, you have covered a huge chunk of your syllabus and you are ahead of your class, you have sufficient time to hangout with your friends, enrich your talents and enjoy your hobbies. Everything is under control and you have got a good grip of your life.

Now, put yourself in the shoes of most people. Imagine yourself way behind schedules, always late for everything. You are a perfectionist and a great procrastinator. How? No one knows! People feel they can’t count on you to get the job done. Your success is just an illusion, that you never tried to make a reality and time is passing with continuous agony.

If you are one of those who manage their time efficiently and achieve their goals, Congratulations, you are on the way to endless success!

Now let’s do it!

Step 1: Get a blank piece of paper.

Step 2: Write all your goals and tasks in it, everything that comes in your head, don’t worry if you missed one, you can write it later. (You can use more papers if you have more goals)

examples:

- Call my friend to ask him about the Math H.w

-Get an A*inEnglish(yes,you can do this one!)

-Be an ace in fifa 2015

Step 3: Categorise and prioritise your goals according to:

first : importance level:

- Pick up your most important goals first e.g: be an engineer and give it the letter A and the less important give them a B and so on until you reach F.

- After you finish this step review your goal list and then do yourself a favour and delete all goals that you think are unimportant.

Step 4: divide them into long-term and short-term goals.

Now that you have all your goals in one place, sorted and categorised, you will pick up a number of tasks everyday and put them into your daily to do lists, when you feel ready, you can prepare schedules for the whole week or even the whole month or year.

Once you start the process, you will enter the success battle.

“Long-term goals: goals that need about 12 months or more to be achieved, while short-term goals are goals which need less that.If you don’t have a life goal yet, its ok. You can be sure that whatever your life goal is, what you are doing now is helping you reach it!”

*The program we used in the example called Wunderlist and you can download it from Play store or App store and also you can use it on your pc.