Keeping track of how you spend your time lets you see where you could make changes.
Be realistic about your schedule and put your must-dos on a calendar to see how much time you have for other things. This could help you decide what to do first and save time.
Designing a timetable and setting goals is the second phase. This involves prioritising your goals and tasks.
"Optimize" seeks to improve time management. Taking a look at your priorities and asking yourself, "Do I really need to do this?"
Urgent? Can it be done better? Can someone else use it?
Just do it. "Do" means to move. Tracking and planning are useless if nothing is done.
You've finished your most important tasks, so how's it going? The last step is to review.
Track and evaluate your progress as you do important tasks. Is your goal getting closer? How do you feel?
Even though it may seem like time is out of your hands, there are things you can do to make the most of your time and feel more in charge of your life.