Ten Ways to
Manage Your Time
University professors are pulled in many directions at once, facing publication deadlines, piles of student papers, committee obligations, and that ever-growing list of unanswered emails. In all of this clutter of activity, we might begin to wonder, are we making the best use of our time? Clearly, we need to develop strategies and concrete practices to open up some “space” in our lives, in which we can reflect, consider the long term, and function more productively in our daily lives.
Here are ten ways to manage your time:
“Go. Cross out two hours from your day because long term it will save you exponentially.”
“I have three very specific and exciting things I will be doing to revolutionize my personal and professional life.”
“I can now stop wishing there were 36 hours in a day.”
This workshop is two hours long.