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Looking forward 5 years

Action versus activity

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Bunch of grapes

Ideas of beating procrastination

Putting up a sign

Money won’t make you happy

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Beating procrastination at Christmas

Planning the year ahead

Examples of efficient systems

Deciding what’s important

Laziness – the root of all problems

Why box 1 is bad

Take time to…

Welcome to the afterlife

Writing everything down

Have a look at your list of things you vowed to do differently at the end of the course.
Have you done any of them? 
Are there any you haven't done yet?
And how about getting that folder down from the shelf and having a read through the notes. Maybe there are some useful details in there which would apply to the things you are doing at the moment?

There are four levels of time management.

Level 1, the lowest, is to use lists in order to survive day to day. 

Level 2 is to plan ahead using your diary, booking things in so you don't forget things or have 2 things at once.

Level 3 is to realise that some things are more important than others, and give these things more time.

Level 4, the top one, is to have personal goals for home and work and to actively put time aside in order to make these happen.

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