Where Is Time?
Time cannot be found in a physical place, it is intangible but accessible to all.
Nothing is set in stone, not even time. With the clock always ticking, it is gruelling to add finality to some aspects of your life. Time is constant and does not change, but life does and it does so quite often. Everyone is prone to procrastination, unexpected occurrences, and distractions because these things come packaged nicely today. We are much busier and the use of technology makes everything a bit easier to manage, but it also provides us with more to do. Sometimes, that is a good thing. Accessibility has become both a blessing and a curse.
Time doesn’t exist in a tangible form and because it is something we can’t manipulate, it becomes something we have a near-impossible time managing. To manage time, a system that creates a foundation for management is essential. A system like this has three main features.
The first feature is a foundation of core items. Visually, this system will look like a concentric circle with the core representing the most important part. It is the center of all other items. If you were to fill the core with activities, it would be made up of only important tasks, These are the fixtures in your life that cannot be changed but do not occur automatically. For example, breathing would not be listed here, but waking up at 6 am might be. This core system is the backbone of your system as it represents all routine actives that are essential to meeting your goals.
The second feature is all of your secondary activities represented by the periphery circle around the core. These tasks are not frivolous as a good system will not tolerate actives that are non-essential to productivity. This doesn’t exclude vacations and family time as items like that are beneficial socially, emotionally, and mentally. However, it will exclude aimless activities. While secondary activities do not take center stage, they enable you to build off of the basics. Most times they are wholly dependent on the completion or commencement of core activity.
The third feature is the order of these activities. While it can be easily understood that core activities are to be done first, there is still a hierarchy of importance to follow. This will allow you to manage your time effectively For example if Core Task 1 correlates with mo secondary tasks, but Core Task 2 correlates with five secondary tasks, then Core Task 2 will have a higher priority than Core Task 1.
It would be nearly impossible to organize your schedule in a circle and use that as a schedule in a circle and use that as a daily planning system, but you can use it to assess the activities you choose to engage in and weigh its benefits by measuring its contribution to productivity. Using a diagram to flesh out your routine will easily eliminate the time-wasting tasks you occupy yourself with. It also helps to decrease the inclination to procrastinate.
Taking time to write and take note of the actions you want to take will help you to live with intent.
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