Self-Management Tips Kalamazoo MI

Self-management is about knowing what to do at any given moment. It’s dealing effectively with the things we have to do to achieve our goals and fulfi ll our purpose. It’s also about deciding the importance of the varied and constant information coming at us.

Western Michigan University
(269) 387-6004
3110 Schneider Hall
Kalamazoo, MI
 
Western Michigan University
(269) 387-6004
3110 Schneider Hall
Kalamazoo, MI
 
Michigan SBTDC
(616) 331-7480
510 W. Fulton Street
Grand Rapids, MI
 
Kettering University
(810) 762-9660
1700 W. University Avenue
Flint, MI
 
Michigan Works!
(906) 789-0558
2950 College Avenue
Escanaba, MI
 
CEO Focus of West Michigan
(269) 870-0861
1700 Greenbriar Drive
Portage, MI
 
Mid Michigan Community College
(989) 386-6630
1375 S. Clare Avenue
Harrison, MI
 
Eastern Michigan University SBTDC
(734) 487-0355
306 Gary M. Owen Building, 300 W. Michigan Avenue
Ypsilanti, MI
 
Michigan SBTDC
(586) 469-5118
1 S. Main Street, 7th Floor
Mt. Clemens, MI
 
Grand Valley State University SBTDC
(616) 331-7370
401 W. Fulton, 286C
Grand Rapids, MI
 

Self-Management Tips

Most people admit they could use better time-management skills. But the issue of time management has not been addressed to universal satisfaction, because it really isn’t about managing time. No one can manage time well enough to turn six minutes into five minutes. If it was just a matter of time, simply using a calendar and a watch would handle it. While a clock or calendar can give you a measure of control, it won’t provide the larger perspective needed for greater success—self management.

The savvy know self management is really an issue of what we do with ourselves during the time we have. Self-management needs to encompass managing our thoughts and emotions, and dealing effectively with our work, family and community relationships. It’s about gaining dynamic balance of control and perspective to achieve more successful outcomes and feel more relaxed along the way.

Self-management is about knowing what to do at any given moment. It’s dealing effectively with the things we have to do to achieve our goals and fulfi ll our purpose. It’s also about deciding the importance of the varied and constant information coming at us.

Dispense with the notion that time is harder to manage because there’s too much information. Many people are so chronically overwhelmed with new information they consider themselves roadkill along the information superhighway. Too much information is not the problem.

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