Time blocking isn’t a secret technique, it's not even a new technique, but it is effective. Time blocking is you making a commitment to yourself to work on only one thing at a certain time for a certain length of time.
The hardest part of Time Blocking
The actual concept is very simple and it’s used informally by many people already. By setting a date, time, and length for your work unit, you’re committing to getting things done.
The hardest part of time blocking is committing to following through on your plan, even if little interruptions creep in. These days, many people feel proud to be ‘multi-tasker’, and that’s fine to a point, but the real hallmark of a successful person is to be a finisher. Working on tasks is not the same as completing tasks. Time blocking is a way to encourage you to finish what you start, not just do a lot of different things at once.
“The Real Hallmark of a successful person is to be a finisher.”
– Kevin Achtzener
It’s a powerful success strategy
I’m sure you’ll agree that learning how to control your time better is one of the most powerful strategies for success. Time is the only thing in life we can’t manufacture more of… but you can maximize it. Time blocking is an easy way to improve what you are already doing.
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