Manage your time based on your priorities


  1. Set aside time for your top priorities.
    Make sure to make time for the things that are most important to you. For example, if spending time with your family is a priority, then make sure to set aside time each day to do that.
  2. Make a list of your commitments.
    Write down all of your personal and professional commitments and tasks for the next week (or month, if you know them). Look over your list and let go of the unimportant ones. Attend only to those important to you.
  3. Create sacred time.
    Give yourself time during the day to do nothing. Sit in a chair and look out the window, or go outside and listen to the birds. Remember, you don't have to fill every minute of your day with productive activities.
  4. Accept that less can be more.
    Recognize that busyness is contributing to your mental clutter and accept that less really can be more.


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