We are both happy to share the New Year resolutions that we have each decided to put into place this year. We have tried to incorporate the tips we shared in our last post on setting resolutions. At the core of our goals are intentions that we hope to apply to everything we do this year.
The average person tracks many things everyday. We track our total steps taken, calories consumed, money earned, money spent. What we often forget to track is our time. Have you ever lost yourself on the Internet, innocently perusing the news only to find that two hours have gone by and you still haven’t started on your work? You end up taking time out of your lunch or leisure activities to type up some reports you should have completed days ago and wonder where the time has gone. Time tracking can help!
We all do it. Texting and walking, sending emails during meetings, chatting on the phone while typing up emails, having conference calls on speakerphone while continuing to do other projects. You might wondering if you are actually getting more done and saving time when you multitask. How efficient is it really?