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Dec 18


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Managing Your Time - Dayo Olutayo (Pst.)

Always set a realistic time frame

Approximate the amount of time each task will take to be completed. Remember you are not a superbeing.

Leave nothing out

Photo: Kare

Photo: Kare

Factor in easily overlooked tasks, such as transportation time, packaging, confirmation, clearing, preparation, etc.

Deal with the relevant issues

Eliminate any non-essential items. To be effective, we must displace less important tasks with more important ones. What we have to do is free up some of the time we have by eliminating non-productive activities and quickly replace them with more valuable ones.


By arranging the tasks in order of importance and urgency, it allows you to work in a step-by-step manner, starting from the most urgent issues.

Act Immediately

Set about accomplishing these tasks as soon as possible, avoiding procrastination. Deal with the issues now, and get it over with. Remember to follow up when you have to.

 Tips to Remember;

Consider what is important

You must have a clear understanding of what the important activities are. Ask yourself what is important to you.

Saving The Pennies - Gabriel Omin

Personal Finance - Coping During Tough Times