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<ul><li><p>Yunita Sabrina</p></li><li><p>Time is valuable, and when it is gone, it is gone. Time is wealth, and unlike money, when it is gone, you cannot replace it Napoleon Hill</p></li><li><p>Lightning pace, heavy on techniques Bad time management = stressManaging your time well makes you success.</p></li><li><p>Done with the assignment on timeAvoid a traffic jam of workWell prepared before examCope with study stressGet balance in your life (study, hobby, social life)</p></li><li><p>Academic goal (use academic calendar)Deciding which task is most important and should be completed firstAware with additional task Another obligation such as family gathering, hobby, friend</p></li><li><p>ImportantNot ImportantUrgentNot Urgent</p></li><li><p>UrgencySomething thats deadline based. Usually independent from yourself, often driven by others Usually short term, </p><p>Have an instant/direct impactImportanceThis drives how much time you want to spend on it. Quality of your output often related to the time you spend on itUsually long term, can be plan wellLong term impact</p></li><li><p>You will never find time for anything. If you want time you must make it. Charles Buxton </p></li><li><p>*</p><p>Plan Each Day, Each Week, Each SemesterFailing to plan is planning to fail</p></li><li><p>Use a yearly plannerPlace on your wall or by your deskAllows you to plan your work over a semesterReminds you about deadlinesand upcoming commitments. </p></li><li><p>Use Time Slots: long, medium and short time slotsA well-used 15 minutes is more effective than a wasted 2 hours.Different periods of time suit different activities.</p></li><li><p>*</p></li><li><p>More than three hours can be set aside for: - working on an assignment - completing an extensive amount of reading - doing research for assignments - revising for exams</p></li><li><p>One to three hours good time for more concentrated study Medium slots can be used for: - more detailed note-reviewing - reading for courses/ assignments - taking notes from readings - drafting/editing an assignment - revising for exams</p></li><li><p>One hour or lessExample: Bus and train journeys or lunch breaks Useful for: - reviewing lecture notes - completing short readings - previewing long readings - doing problems - proofreading an assignment.</p></li><li><p>Messy desk (finding books, stationery, etc)Answering phone callMusic, TVEmail, facebook, etcPersonal visitChatting</p></li><li><p>Set period of time each day to read and write email, surf web, check phones, etc. Don't let yourself be continually interruptedOrganize your study space, make your room comfortable for you, and optionally comfortable for othersDare to say NO</p></li><li><p>Procrastination is the thief of time</p><p>Edward Young , 1742*</p></li><li><p>The act of replacing high-priority actions with tasks of low-priorityPutting off important tasks to a later time.3 criteria for a behavior to be classified as procrastination: - counterproductive - needless - delaying</p></li><li><p>Lack of time management skillLack of self management experienceUnderestimating taskAversion to discomfortAnxiety about failing, being perfectionistDifficulty to concentrate, personal problem</p></li><li><p>Prepare yourself before studying or doing your taskAllow yourself to warm up at the beginningBreak big task to several smaller taskDont stop when you get stuck, try something differentReward yourself when you complete the task</p></li><li><p>Complete small tasks straight awayBreak difficult or 'boring' work into sectionsDon't try to write a whole assignment in one sitting.Be flexibleBe Realistic</p></li><li><p>Be ProactiveBegin With The End In MindPut First Things FirstThink Win/WinSeek First to Understand, Then to Be UnderstoodSynergizeSharpen the Saw</p></li><li><p>We are responsible for our reactions to people or events. We have the freedom to choose our response to whatever happens to usPeople who do not consider their reactions are reactive and often blame others or things outside of themselves for what happens.</p></li><li><p>Start with a clear understanding of your destination and where you are going. Based on the principle thatall things are created twice, first in the mind and then in reality.leads to personal effectiveness.</p></li><li><p>Identify what is important to do to keep you heading towards your destination, and then do themSpend our time in Quadrant II. This is where you deal with things that are important to your values and goals, but that are not urgentThe urgent things are often those things that keep us away from focusing on what is important</p></li><li><p>The habit of always looking for a solution that benefits you AND the other person or group."Win/Win is a belief in the Third Alternative. It's not your way or my way; it's abetterway, a higher way"</p></li><li><p>Key to effective interpersonal communication.Developing the habit of listening carefully and really understanding the other person BEFORE giving your thoughts.</p></li><li><p>The power of effective relationshipsWe can achieve so much more when we engage in effective relationships with others than if we acted alone.The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. One plus one equals three or more.</p></li><li><p>You are the greatest asset you haveWe have to learn to take time to look after ourselves. Stephen Covey suggests we pay attention to four area in our lives; Physical, Spiritual, Mental and Social/Emotional.</p></li><li><p> (jnin toiro) </p><p>Literally: ten men, ten colorsWe are different, Be your self</p></li></ul>