“A wise man will learn everything and a stupid man will learn nothing.”
Learning time management is not as difficult as many believe. In fact, when we first start school we are in the process of learning new strategies that help us obtain goals. When our parents teach us we are, also learning skills needed in time management. The advantage of learning requires the proper training, and since our world constitutes a variety of teachings; this is where time management becomes difficult. The best part reward from learning is learning who we are. We have our parents, schools, peers, political leaders, newspaper, and many other resources that tell us to do this for best results or do that for best results and all of them differ. Our parents are some of the best teachers in life since most parents care for their children and will help them to see their mistake clearly. Teachers are great also, but everyone was raised differently, which is another subject, for the most part, it does affect how we think and behave. The correct form of managing time is to understand your individuality and what you can handle. If you are struggling, you might be working at a job that over succeeds your ability to function as a person. You might want to find a job that matches your abilities and skills. Biting off more than you can chew is one of the first steps to the road of failure. If this is true then your time management is out of order. It might be that you are not meeting the demands that are placed on you, but have the ability to accomplish the responsibilities. Regardless, the time management scheme is out of order. We can break time management down according to individualities, but for the most part managing time is the process of handling tasks placed upon us without decreasing our flow of work or succeeding our ability to handle the tasks. We need the ability to alter our plans, since people, places, things, and businesses change. We need a direct order of skills to make a plan work and need the ability to comply with those plans. We need to learn to accept changes as they come and learn social skills and conditioning in order to manage our time. Changes are accepted through proper punishment and rewards. If we fail to accept a change in life, it might be because rewards or punishment is not in action. When you find your self in a difficult spot and handle it accordingly, a reward is in demand, but if you hit a difficult spot and you fail, punishment is in demand. Punishment is not harsh; rather it is a form of correcting an action or decision made. This gives us balance if we are correcting our selves when we make bad decisions and rewarding our selves when we make good decisions. It is important that rewards and punishment are positive, since balance is essential in managing time.
Positive skills lead us to a positive light. When we are balanced and learning our time is spent wisely, which contributes to time management. Another great tool to have in the road to success is motivation. Motivation is achieved in many ways, and some things in life can affect how we feel or think. Some of the things that affect our motivation levels are smoking, caffeine, lack of exercise, overeating, lack of dieting, and having the ability to cope with changes. To cultivate motivation then we need to treat our minds and body good, and plan to reach our purpose in life. Learning time management is essential for all the things we do in life. From the first day, you came into the world up until the time you went to school you began learning time managing skills in all directions, and mostly you were on the road to learning yourself, which is a priority if you want to set goals for your future. If we do not understand who we are as an individual, we are not learning what it takes to managing our time wisely. Do not waste time get on the learning boat!