Tuesday 14 December 2021

21 golden rules for efficient time management

Bill gates and warren buffett have benefited from 21 golden rules

The personal growth authority, and world-class business leaders such as bill gates, jack welch and warren buffett have received training in his leadership management ideas.

Below, it is his efficient time management of the 21 golden rules, i hope to help you!

Tip 1: 

Set career, health, work, wealth, achievement, self-growth, and more. Ask yourself three questions: If you had a million, what would you set? If you only have six months left in your life, what goals will you set? Assuming that what you do doesn't fail, what goals will you set?

Tip 2: 

Plan your actions in advance. Goals - list action steps - are performed daily - are often revised.

Tip 3: 

List the work in advance and check the progress of the work. Do important things, effectively empower the right people to do, deal with emergencies.

Tip 4: 

Do 20% of the most important things with 80% of your energy and 80% of your time dealing with things that will affect the future.

Tip 5: 

It's not worth doing, don't do it for a minute. Do only one thing at a time. It is generally believed that it is more important to work for at least an hour to deal with something. If interrupted midway through, it takes at least five times as long as continuous work.

Tip 6: 

Parkinson's Law. Things are always delayed until the last minute. It is possible to complete eight hours of work in two hours, requiring compressed, compact time. Don't put off two hours of work until eight hours. To accomplish a segmented goal, you should give yourself a reward and generate sustained action.

Tip 7: 

Successful people, time is at least half an hour to plan, or even to minutes. Measure, review, and correct your time every day, and at a conscious time, write down what you are doing at this moment, and know how your life is gone.

Tip 8: 

Don't procrastinate on purpose. Keep saying to yourself, "Do it now!" Do it now! Do it now! Do it now, think about it, one minute is equal to 50 yuan!" Cultivate a sense of urgency.

Tip 9: 

Authorize everything that doesn't matter whenever possible. When authorizing, be clear: First, tell the authorized person what you want the results; The second is to select the right person for authorization; Third, what do you want the authorized person to do, when to complete, and to check the progress of completion at any time.

Tip 10: 

Meeting costs, meeting time, attendees, average salary/hour for attendees. First, the goal of the meeting should be clear, to achieve what purpose; Second, more than an hour of meetings must be issued in advance of the agenda of the meeting; Third, priority to deal with important things, their own things have been discussed, you can ask the host to leave the table first; Fourth, start on time and end on time.

Tip 11: 

Try to avoid interference. Including telephone, people, emergencies.

Tip 12: 

That you're suited to do, what valuable work you want to do, and what you want to achieve.

Tip 13: 

Focus on the same kind of thing. Such as centralized reply to several phone calls, centralized review of documents. Don't return a call, review a document, authorize one thing, and make another call.

Tip 14: 

TRAF system. T- Discard, throw unused files in the trash; R- change hands, change things to different people to deal with; A- Action; Do it right away; F-Archive, archive useful processed archives, and record them. An important principle is: after the use of things to put back to the original, reduce the search time, the work files to be systematically centralized.

Tip 15: 

Keep going, don't stop until it's done. Creative, administrative work is done separately.

Tip 16: 

Invest at least an hour a day in the brain and may become an expert in a field or industry after three years. Make full use of the scattered time of transportation, rest, etc., with books to read or listen to audio recordings.

Tip 17: 

Say what you want to say, long story short. Reply to multiple calls at once, make a good phone record, always have paper and pen ready.

Tip 18: 

Arrive 15 minutes early, focus, take notes and memo.

Tip 19: 

Systematize and simplify your work and find better ways to do it. The important principle is: a little longer, do a little faster; Don't do too much, just the most important things; Do the best things, make as few mistakes as possible, the first time to do things right, reduce the time to modify; Use the strength of the team to work together.

Tip 20: 

Learn to say "no." Use early and often.

Tip 21: 

Your time should also be allocated to family members, friends, society, etc. It is not advisable not to communicate with family, to attend friend gatherings, and not to pay attention to society.

Everything you do every day, should try to do the most important things, to ensure that they go further towards the goal!

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