101 Ways to Make Every Second Count: Time Management Tips by Robert W. Bly

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Making lists is a simple idea, but extremely effective. Some people credit Ivy Lee, one of the first management consultants, for first using lists as a formal time-management system. Page 17 As the story goes, Charles Schwab, president of Bethlehem Steel in the early 1900s, couldn't seem to get enough done. Details and minor matters were crowding the time he urgently needed to consider more important matters. He asked Ivy Lee what to do about it. Lee handed Schwab a blank sheet of paper. "Write down," he said, "the most important things you have to do tomorrow.

This list is revised daily. I enjoy work and put in long hours, so I take on a lot of projects that interest me. But I never take on more than I can handle, so I can continue to meet all deadlines. Page 18 2. Projects to-do list. In a separate computer file, I keep a list of all of my projects currently under contract, along with the deadline for each. I review this list several times a week, using it to make sure the daily to-do list covers all essential items that have to be done right away. 3.

When your body temperature drops, you have maximum energy. When it rises, your energy drops. ) Dr. Emmanuel Mignot, co-author of a study published in the journal Sleep, says his research team may have found variations in a particular gene that determine whether you prefer to rise early or stay up late. Although further research is needed to confirm the finding, Mignot suggests that if it's true, work schedules in the future may be arranged so people handle the toughest tasks during periods when they are most likely to be productive (The Record, October 25, 1998).

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