What can time management bring to your personal growth

Time management is essentially about being focused. The Pareto principle, also known as the ’80:20 rule’, states that 80% of efforts that are untimed or unfocused will only produce 20% of the desired result. In contrast, 80% of the desired result can be achieved with only 20% of a well-timed effort. Although the ’80:20′ ratio is arbitrary, it is used to illustrate how much is lost or can be gained through time management.

Some people think of time management as a list of rules that involves scheduling appointments, setting goals, thorough planning, making to-do lists and prioritizing. These are the key fundamentals of time management that should be understood in order to develop effective personal time management. These basic skills can be further refined to include the finer points of individual skills that can give you the extra reserve to achieve the desired results.

However, time management involves even more skills than the basic ones. Skills such as decision making, inherent skills such as emotional intelligence and critical thinking are also important for your personal growth.

Personal time management affects everything you do. No matter how big or how small, everything counts. Every new piece of knowledge you acquire, every new piece of advice you consider, every new skill you develop should be taken into account.

A balanced lifestyle should be the most important outcome of personal time management. This is the main aspect that many practitioners of personal time management fail to grasp.

Time management is about achieving results, not about being busy.

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