Top 3 Time Saving Techniques Worth the Try!

Time Saving Techniques

Time is always ticking, and we can’t do anything about it!
60 seconds in a minute – gone! 60 minutes in an hour – gone! 24 hours a day – gone! You can’t slow it down. Neither can you stop it for a millisecond? Yet, there is so much work on a daily basis that you have to manage to do it all in the given time frame. The struggle is real! And, the only way to cope with the shortage of time is to manage it well.

You have to get smart about time! Otherwise, you will never have enough of it.
So, here are the top 3 time-saving techniques you should start using right from today to really become the smart king of your time. Don’t waste your precious time and read on quickly!

“The Eisenhower” Time Saving Technique

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Do you know who the 34th President of the USA is?
Dwight D. Eisenhower! You guessed it, didn’t you? This time saving technique is named after him.
You bet it is a good one then, huh? It is! Now see how it works.
The Eisenhower time saving technique is divided into 4 quadrants:

  1. Important
  2. Not important
  3. Urgent
  4. Not urgent

In order to manage your time effectively by using this technique, first, you need to decide on which quadrant each of your daily tasks falls into. Then decide on your action plan based on its importance and urgency.

Important and Urgent  –  You need to do these tasks at the first opportunity.
Important but Not Urgent  –  You need to schedule a time to do these tasks later.
Not Important but Urgent  –  You need to delegate these tasks. Have someone else take on the responsibility of doing them. They are much more of a lower priority to you.
Not Important and Not Urgent – You don’t need to do these tasks. Really!
This time saving technique is just brilliant for managing any kind of tasks at any given time.

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“Pomodoro” Time Saving Technique

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As you may have already guessed, “Pomodoro” is translated into “tomato” in the Italian language.
The author behind this fun and super effective time saving technique is Francesco Cirillo. When he was studying at a university, he used a tomato timer to track his time spent doing his homework assignments. So, the name goes…
Using the Pomodoro technique, you are required to allocate 25 minutes on much focused hard work, and then take a 5 minute break to do something on your own as a fun and interesting activity. This is to ensure your mind gets a rest from time to time and fresh energy is brought on to start working productively again. Genius!
During those 5 minute breaks, you can do whatever inspires you or makes you happy, such as painting, walking, chatting with your friends, eating, or even taking a quick shower. Whatever you like, as long as it manages to breathe life into your own beautiful self!

“Time-Boxing” Time Saving Technique

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The Time-Boxing technique is about setting some time aside to do something. Here, the accent is on the actual allocation of time to be spent, not the tasks to be completed.
Certain tasks are just created to be done with the time-boxing technique, ultimately saving lots of your valuable time.
What types of tasks? Reading your emails, for instance!
If you allocate 15-20 minutes every 5 hours to reading and responding to your daily work emails, you will end up saving lots of time at the end of the day.
Simply, put several time boxes on your calendar, and you will have a more focused working time planned ahead.

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Which of the above time saving techniques did you like and would use to manage your time more effectively? Let us know all about it!
Any additional time saving techniques you have at your sleeve? Share the wisdom with all of us!

Marine H.

Marine H.

Marine is a professional Digital Marketer, with the utmost passion in Content Writing. For her, anything that's worth the read is worth the writing!

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