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Unformatted text preview: daily, weekly and monthly tasks. Then rank each task in order of importance and time sensitivity. Then plan time in the day to complete the most pressing projects, but leave time for unforeseen developments. In addition, carrying a calendar to schedule meetings, follow- up’s, and appointments that are not urgent and can wait. Know that it is ok to say “no” to someone or “I will do that next week. Through implementation of these small changes, there will be better focus and lower stress. As my stress level is decreased and my focus increases, performance will also improve. In having, better performance can take on more responsibilities. One of my goals is to move up within my company and improving my time management skills is one way to show I am ready for the next level....
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- Spring '10
- Management, one week, Jennifer Johnson Kaplan University, Susan Schmitt