One important tool you could be using in your work projects could make all the difference in the world.
It’s a project journal you can make from any notebook or planner. Actually, I use a padfolio like this one by Day-Timer. Regardless, if done correctly it could be a difference maker in how quickly and easily you find success..
Here are the keys to making an effective project journal: Continue reading
In your post-college job search, every detail of every conversation, email, and job lead is pure gold. That’s why you must create a consistent series of daily activities that increases your focus and increases your chances of success.
Use the following 9 steps and create a daily job search routine that’ll work for you:
Ask yourself: Do you control your email, or does it control you?
If you’re like most people, you’ll have a hard time saying anything but the latter. But, creating a daily email routine will save you hours each week and improve your ability to close-out tasks.
First, you must create a structure to your daily email routine with some good habits:
There’s an easy way you can enjoy better time management in your life: make it a habit.
Imagine that. Think about how successful you’d be if following-through on a prioritized schedule and to-do list was second nature in your daily life.
It can happen for you, and here are a few key guidelines for making time management a habit:
Note: The school year is coming down the home stretch, and for students it’s time to get serious about your final essays and projects. To that end, we’re running a great guest post by written by Ali Luke of Aliventures.
How often do you rush your essays at the last minute? Do you ever have that slowly-growing sense of guilt as a deadline creeps closer and closer, without you taking any action?
You’re definitely not alone. Most students struggle with deadlines … as do many professionals. By coming to grips with time management now, you’ll build some great skills that will hugely boost your chances of success in your future career, and in your life.
Oh, and you’ll have more time and energy to enjoy college life, too.
Sound good? Here’s how to do it: