How to Get More Productivity Out of Your Personal Life

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When it comes to time management strategies, one place that usually needs some attention is in our personal lives at home. Many times, people will be very effective and focused on saving time at work, yet when they walk through their door at home they break all the rules.

Weekly Meetings
Some people neglect to have monthly or weekly update meetings with their own family members. I know because it has happened to our family once or twice. When a crisis comes up, it’s easy to react with exasperation and frustration. All we need to do to prevent this calamity from happening is to take some time to meet on a weekly basis. At this meeting, all family members can give an overview of what their plans are for the upcoming week or month. Conflict of schedules can be checked and a solution created that can handle any future issues. Personal priorities can be negotiated and true teamwork can be implemented.

Fill Up Your Gas Tank
Another time saving idea concerns our personal car or vehicle. How often has it happened where we were in a hurry to get off to work in the morning and we realized our gas tank indicator was on empty?

A remedy for this solution is to fill our gas tank up when it is convenient for us. That is, don’t wait until it is close to being empty, but fill it up when it is convenient for us. The gas tank may be only half full, but by filling it up when we have the extra time; it allows us the security of knowing we will have plenty of fuel whenever we will need to drive our vehicle.

Our personal and family life can become a bit more predictable by adopting some of the similar time management strategies we use I the workplace. If you are interested in a better career in administration visit Flagship URL

Tom Borg is president of Tom Borg Consulting, LLC. He is a business consultant, speaker, coach and author. He helps companies and organization become more profitable by increasing their value and lowering their costs through the professional development of their managers and employees.

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