End of the Day Evaluation for Work & Home

Spend fifteen minutes at the end of each day evaluating what you have accomplished and what still needs done. Take the day’s unfinished tasks and group them with the next day’s tasks. Now reprioritize the entire list and make sure you have what you need to accomplish on the next days’ to-do list. By doing this, you might realize that you are still waiting on a report from a co-worker that you need to finish your task the next day. Remind that person now that you need this report. It’s better to ask now than to realize the next morning that you don’t have what you need to finish your project

Maybe you need supplies for a home project you are working on. You should determine what you need ahead of time so that you can pick up the materials prior to starting the project. By doing this, you can avoid starting the project the next day only to find you have to run to your local store for parts. Time management involves more than just scheduling your life one day at a time. It also includes how the tasks scheduled for different days impact one another. Prepare today for what you will be working on tomorrow.

You have a choice, and the choice is yours.

Bryan Cooper

Financial Life Coach

Visit us at http://www.MyFinancialLifeCoach.net

Keywords: Balance, Change, Family, Goals, Goal Setting, Health, Home, Life, Life Balance, Miscellaneous, Personal, Priorities, Stress, Thoughts, Time, Time Management, Work, Uncategorized

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3 responses to “End of the Day Evaluation for Work & Home

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  3. Great info Bryan, it amazes me how by simply planning my next few days in advance I become so much more productive in my daily activities.

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