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Time Management

Time management is important for all age groups. Time Management can be mastered over time by prioritizing job practices over disruption. Time Management is an endless series of decisions, both small and large, that gradually change the shape of your life. No one, however, has absolute control over the regular schedule. Somebody or something will still make demands, but there are opportunities to choose which tasks or events to deal with and which priority to assign to that task.

Time Management

Facts To Know!!

  • The average person uses 13 different approaches to monitor and handle their time.
  • 10-12 minutes spent organising your day will save at least 2 hours of lost time and effort over the day.
  • Productivity decreases by as much as 40% when people attempt to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • 95% of failed marriages are attributed to poor management of time.
  • In the last three decades, working time has increased by 15% and leisure time has been lowered by 33%.

Time Management

Watch short video introduction on what Time Management looks like.

What causes Time Management?

  • Lack of punctuality

  • Overextension of work

  • Failing to begin with a vision/plan and communicate it to others

  • The inability to concentrate on the first things-priorities

Clocking in lots of overtime



Poorly defined goals

Being impatient


Getting distracted easily

Poorly defined goals

Symptoms of Time Management?


  • Cognitive behavioural therapy aims to change problematic time schedules and helps to plan it with useful ones.

  • A counsellor will facilitate instrumental conditioning a method of giving reward or punishment for behaviour.

  • Rational emotive behaviour therapy for addressing irrational thoughts.

  • Dialectical behavioural therapy uses cognitive techniques that teach our minds to calm down and see what is happening internally and externally

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