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and a Goal Setter
and 1 Time “Dost thou love life? Then do
Dost not squander time, for that’s
the stuff life is made of.”
- Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Time is the coin of your life. It
is the only coin you have, and
only you can determine how it
will be spent. Be careful lest
you let other people spend it
poet (1878 - 1967) This time, like all times, is a
very good one, if we but know
what to do with it.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
poet (1803 1882)
1882) YouTube Time Management Fairy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=se8Xncrpn24 3 Chapter Objectives Analyze your use of time; identify ways to
create balance in your life.
Create and use effective term, weekly, and
daily schedules to manage your time.
Describe the four kinds of goals defined by
time required to achieve goals; describe
and use the four steps for writing goals.
Demonstrate understanding and use of
essential goal-setting strategies that
include task schedules, goal organizers,
managing and monitoring your goals, and
setting goals for long-term projects.
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