The days are shorter now that most of the country as “fallen back” thanks to Daylight Savings Time. That means it gets darker earlier and it really seems like the work day flies by quickly.
So how can you make sure you get everything done that you need to in order to succeed?
Quit trying to “save time.”
You can’t do it. There is nothing you can do to “save time.” There are 24 hours in the day today, there were 24 hours yesterday and there will be 24 hours tomorrow. I’m pretty sure until something major happens (and I’m not talking about the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series) that the hours in a day won’t be changing.
Here a fact that you should all be aware of; If you want to make time for something, you’ll need to take it away from something else.
Start assessing your schedule between now and the end of the year. Are there activities which seem to take a lot of your time that don’t help add results? Do you spend time doing things that really don’t lead to appointments, contracts or closings?
The key element in time management is a conscious decision.
Start getting serious about your time. Spend it all up.
As they say…you can’t take it with you.