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Running head: TIME MANAGEMENT PLAN 1Time Management PlanJames E. Daniels IIWalden University
TIME MANAGEMENT PLANTime Management PlanThe approach towards a goal begins first with the thought of the goal as well as the appreciation in that the goal can be accomplished. Even as the feasibility of the goal can be established, one must also visualize the path towards the goal which includes understanding if onehas been directed away from the path and the goal. If here is no continued sign providing direction, one cannot appreciate if the direction is accurate. As recommended by Barker, (2014) a Doctoral student must continually set goals and revise those goals to maintain momentum and make sure he or she is still on track. In the following text, we will examine the Time Management plan developed for myself to best direct, guide and manage efforts in working towards my Doctoral dreams.Laying the Foundation (Goals)The goals presented by myself in week one of the DDBA 8006 Challenges in Business program elaborate on the completion of my Doctoral studies and to stand as an example for other from similar backgrounds that anything is possible. The specific goals are as follows:1.Prove to myself that anything is possible and regardless on one’s past, there is always a new day and a new chance for change.2.Upon completion of my Doctoral degree, there is a plan to pursue a career in teaching at the college level and share my life experience with future Doctoral students. 3.A final goal will be to encourage others who have come from similar backgrounds as myself to pursue their dreams the same as myself and to not let obstacles or challenges stand in the way of reaching their educational goals. Riel, and Fulton (2001) explain how in certain works, there is a building upon of ideas andpractices where each person uses research to build upon the next. Considering the presentation of 2
TIME MANAGEMENT PLANmy Doctoral goals, these ideas are built upon the accomplishments of others and gain validity withrealization in that other have accomplished the same goal therefor I may accomplish the same.