Friday, November 12, 2010

Relation Between Time Management and Setting Targets

Can you illustrate how time management and setting goals are related? It’s a straightforward subject. It is obvious to realize the answer. But it is arduous to formulate it. I am deeply convinced that as long as a person can not simplify well, he does not fully apprehend the answer. He could have some good thought, but he does not get clear vision of circumstances.

That’s why a few teachers can’t clarify well. When you have clear vision you have big benefit. It’s easier for you to see the situation from another side. You may come across some surprise decision. You become more ambitious.

First of all, there is no time management without goals. It happened, for example, when you do nothing. You waste your time; you have no need to watch it. You have no goals. But, if you set a goal, you will wonder concerning time. How to reach your goal in time. Or if you have numerous goals, you will think about time needed to achieve each goal, and how to minimize it.

The second, time management skills are very special. If you have no goal, it is really difficult to train this skills. It is not obvious, but it is easy to apprehend. If you don’t have a goal, you don’t have impetus to accomplish something. If you don’t have encouragement it is arduous to achieve anything, including training time management skills.

And the third, it is really hard to accomplish big goal without time management, since it is not easy to set time limit for goal. Commonly you ought to achieve goal as far as you can. So you set a small limit of time, but you have strong inspiration. And time handling comes to help you. You increase you skills, you waste little time, you get more time to achieve goal, so you become more successful.

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