Time Magagement -...

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1. Write down all the tasks you have to get done, if you haven't done so already.   2. Set priorities for each task.                    * P1: Red: Today/Tomorrow (Day)                    * P2: Orange: 3-7 Days (Week)                    * P3: Yellow: 2-3 weeks (Month)                    * P4: Pink: Later this year…(Wish List)                        Be realistic when assigning priorities to your tasks.   3. Start work on any red tasks first — however awful, boring or frightening they are. The trick  to keeping calm and balanced is simple: forget about all the complex planning. Work out what  truly needs to be done next and do it. When it's done, repeat the procedure.       4. Start on the orange tasks next. Don't even think about any yellow ones until all the reds and  oranges are done. If any new tasks arrive, give them a color and put them on the list. Next  morning, make a new list and reallocate the tasks into the colors.  
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This note was uploaded on 08/24/2010 for the course POL 208 taught by Professor Wong during the Winter '08 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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