A Timely Guide to Planning Your Week

Most of us attack the week one day at a time. We get to the office on Monday, track
down a cup of coffee, and then try to figure out what all is going on.

Consider how things could work out better if you have a weekly plan for your life before you wake up on Monday morning. And don’t just plan your work-related items, plan everything else too.

Figure out what needs to be done and prioritize those items.

For your best results, avoid living life as it unfolds. By taking control, you’ll increase your confidence, stay ahead of your work, and actually find more free time to do whatever you like.  Give it a try for a month and see if you enjoy the benefits.


Follow these steps to create a plan for the week:

  1. Have a weekly planning session.

    Sunday is the logical choice. You’ve decompressed from the previous week, but it’s still fresh in your mind. The workweek starts in just one day. 

  2. Make a list of tasks for each area of your...
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Guide to Getting More Done in Less Time

Time is a luxury. Each of us only has 1440 minutes per day and they go by quickly, so you surely don't want to waste any of them! By maximizing your efficiency, you can complete every item on your to-do list with time to spare!

Follow these suggestions to help you get more done in less time:

  1. Organization: Organization is the key to successful time management. Take a few moments before completing a task, whether small or large, and create a time-saving game plan. Lay out all of your supplies; know exactly where you'll start and where you want to finish.

  2. Create a checklist and check it twice. When laying out your supplies, place them in the order that they'll be used. In doing so, you're able to shave a few seconds off of your project time whenever you reach for supplies.

  3. Even if you don't have supplies, you can still benefit from a checklist. Create milestones. If you're checking the milestones off as scheduled, you'll know that you're on the right track. If...
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Create Organization and Structure in 10 Steps

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Have you considered the benefits of structure in your life? Think of the structure of your life as being the base of a building.

Organization provides a strong foundation so you can function safely and efficiently each day.

Of course, you’ll experience times that require you to be flexible, but can you depend on your internal structure and orderliness to help you get through anything?

 Recognize how orderliness can make your life better:

  1. Structure makes your life predictable. You think, “I know how this is going to go so I don’t have to worry about it.” And that’s reassuring, allowing you to focus on the present moment.

  2. Orderliness helps you speed through routine tasks, practically without thinking. Many of your day-to-day actions become automatic when you build in structure. There’s something comforting about performing repeating tasks “on automatic,” without thinking.

  3. When everything has its place, you don’t have to spend...
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