Time charting is an important way to keep track of what you need to do and when.  It helps you to fit the important tasks into an already busy schedule, so you can focus on the necessary tasks, resulting in performance improvement. Use time charting to be less distracted and more productive!

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Keep the following in mind while practicing time charting and improving your time management skills:

Stay on time. Time charting will help you increase your value, keep your promises, and stay on track at work, as well as at home whether on or off the clock.

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Reach for the goal. This all-important practice assists in establishing time-related goals and keeps you motivated by constantly reminding you until they’re achieved.

Spend time to save time. Ten minutes of daily planning saves 60 minutes of poorly used time. Use the 80/20 rule to get more done in a short time:  Plan your top 80% priority in the first 20% of the day.

What’s in my future? This lets you look easily at an upcoming schedule and plan future events, and helps you to avoid the common pitfall of over-committing yourself into a frenzy of busyness.

To read more about time charting, check out Time Charting Part 1 here: http://cathysexton.com/time-charting-part-1-increasing-productivity-by-using-time-charting/