- Conduct “standing meetings.” When someone enters your office, consider conducting your meeting in a standing position. This will let the person know that you have very limited time. Also, consider conducting a “walking meeting,” in which issues are discussed while walking.
- Learn the difference between the “urgent” and the “important” and make time for the latter. What are two or three important areas of your life that you never seem to have time for?
- Let your actions spring from your personal goals and values.
- Eat your “elephant” one bite at a time. Break up your big projects into little projects.
- Rewarding yourself for reaching a particular goal will help reinforce the behaviors you are developing.
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