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Running head: TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS 1 Time Management Skills Colleen Flannery Gen 105 September 5, 2010 Dr. Suchitra Abel
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TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS 2 Time Management Skills Time management is a skill necessary in today’s busy life. With school, work, children and organization that we belong to finding the needed time to complete the commitments that we agree to is difficult. With the use of a planner and setting goals of what is important to me time management becomes an easy thing to do. The first objective in any plan is to set several long term goals and short term goals. Then use these goals to decide the steps needed to complete them and the priority of when they are completed. Even with goals set we have some areas of our lives that have to fit into our daily schedule unrelated to our goals. When prioritizing these we need to rank them from most important to least. The first thing I do to plan each day is to decide what needs to be completed then anything that has a specific time is placed in that place on my daily schedule. Then I rank
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course GEN GEN 105 taught by Professor Suchitraabel during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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