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Dec 06, 2018 11:18:16

Failed Time Management

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Gene Lim

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During my college period of Computer Science, there was a subject about entrepreneurship. In this subject, there was an assignment that everyone in the class needs to do. We are required to find one feature that is important for every entrepreneur. The research I choose was about "Time Management". Below are the summaries on what I research from what I remembered to manage ones time well.


Create a calendars of to-dos in and printing it on the wall of your work space. The contents should be the main objective of the each day. For an example, 'Create A Landing Page', that's all and break it down into smaller tasks on paper or use an app for that.


The meaning of advance here is if ever you completed any of you day task and there is still time left for the day, just go on and do another task from the next day. By this way, daily task will reduce over time.


This is not literally the alarm clock but it could be anything that would notify you of any upcoming due task. You can make use of technology by downloading apps to keep track of your day task.


The reason I am writing this down as my 200WAD is because of what happened to me today. I was suddenly tired in the afternoon and I went to take a short nap. It was around 1PM when I took my nap. Unexpectedly the next thing I knew, it was already 5PM. I have wasted about 4 hours today dreaming. If only I had that "Alarm" to notify me of my due task, I could have been awaken by it.   

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    I take a siesta every day.
    Don't feel guilty. Listen to your body clock.

    Get up earlier tomorrow,

    Mark Armstrong avatar Mark Armstrong | Dec 06, 2018 16:13:03
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      @wernminlim @markarmstrong Hey Mark! Yes, I actually listen to my body clock too well that I even woke up late the next morning ? I think I should sleep somewhere less comfortable so that I will tend to get away from sleep as soon as the morning arrives.

      Gene Lim avatar Gene Lim | Dec 07, 2018 04:38:28
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      @wernminlim @markarmstrong @wernminlim

      What you do when you first wake up is a major contributing factor to the amount of energy you'll have for the rest of the day.

      This doesn't require you to do anything crazy. Just waking up thirty minutes earlier than you usually do and taking time to meditate or engage in another creative activity can energize you and place you in a more optimal state of mind.

      And...Hit the Gym. Lift weights. Take long walks. Drink lots of water. Try GABA at night. An inexpensive supplement you can find in any health food store.

      Be thankful you're not in the military :)

      Mark Armstrong avatar Mark Armstrong | Dec 07, 2018 15:21:58
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    @wernminlim Yesterday the nearly same thing happened to me, except that i caught the flu and i don't feel like writing, but i have to :D, so, believe me, it happens to all of us. We all have those days where we spend some time doing something we shouldn't

    Berkan avatar Berkan | Dec 06, 2018 14:29:48
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      @wernminlim @berkan Sickness is part of life, don't stress out yourself too much as it will not be worth if it becomes worst. Go ahead and just get some rest, you deserves it.

      Gene Lim avatar Gene Lim | Dec 07, 2018 04:39:35
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      @wernminlim @berkan @wernminlim I am resting :) and i will now write the recipe that helped me to get on my feet :D

      Berkan avatar Berkan | Dec 07, 2018 16:29:12
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