First and foremost - times I have to work These aspects I...

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First and foremost, I write down everything that needs to be done that day or the week. That includes all my activities – work on different projects, lunch, travel time, etc. Next I usually break each item down into a category based on the importance they have and if they have to be completed today. This is how I prioritize my schedule for the day or week. The aspects of my schedule that can be changed are my travel time can be, and that is usually due to rush hour traffic. Other personal stuff is usually done on my free time when I am not at work. The aspects of my daily or weekly schedule that cannot be changed are the times I set for eating and the
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Unformatted text preview: times I have to work. These aspects I cannot change because I could lose my job or I could starve. One strategy I use is to make sure that I become aware of how to use my time as one maneuver in organizing, prioritizing, and succeeding in my entire daily or weekly scheduling. Another strategy I use is that I weigh my pros and cons of my daily or weekly schedule. The cons would end up being the least important stuff and the pros would be top priority and be the first to be completed....
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