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How to Manage Your TIME to be Successful in Life?

Every day, we all get the same number of hours, and how you spend yours will dictate how your future will look. Either saving or wasting your time, you are.

Which one would you like to become, then?

So, I have something here that I still hold in mind and I have to remind you all that we rarely do stuff that we don’t prepare for.

But it takes time to prepare again, so it’s a loop that’s always going to begin and end on time, and its leadership.

What is controlling time?

It’s not all about composing to-do-lists and placing them somewhere so you can follow them. In fact, time management is life management that can offer you several advantages. Often, because we say vs. taking action, we do not get stuff done.

You may be the person who often says, I don’t have time … I’m so overwhelmed … and you end up being a procrastinator (but you’re blessed if you don’t).

We live in a time when time is everything. In the daytime, there’s never enough time, because there are so many things to do.

But why?

The reasoning is that time management is something we do not take seriously and end up claiming we have no time for something.

It is hard to manage and you can not get it back once it has slipped away.

You can easily say you want to drop 20 kg, work 2-3 jobs, take care of your family, but you won’t get there quickly if you don’t use your time wisely and take action.

The company you want to start is not going to start on its own or the blog you want to start is not going to publish on its own … unless you take some time to prepare for it.

I always mark my calendar with a list of things to be completed in a week as a part-time employee, getting a lot of assignments in addition to college academics, but being at home and working, recognising that I have a lot of time in hand contributes to procrastination. I used to be the master of procrastinating.

So, time management is the only option left.

Working smarter, along with hard work, is critical so that you can accomplish more in less time. I realise that it’s easier to tell than actually do it. But believe me, good time management makes you to be smarter at working.

It doesn’t matter, in my opinion, whether you wake up at 5 a.m. or 11 a.m., all that matters is to make wise use of your time. In the other hand, being busy doesn’t mean being successful and efficient because spending a day in a lot of activities sometimes achieves less because you are diving focus between too many tasks.

Time management not only increases productivity, but also offers health benefits by lowering the level of stress and increasing opportunities for growth.

I have been trying some time management tips and it really works. Here are some time management ideas that will help you find time for what you want to do.


Has it ever happened that your mind just falls away from a really critical task? Or do you ever feel frustrated by workloads and activities or projects that never end? All of this is because you haven’t written down your assignments in one place. There’s so much your mind can’t recall. So, you can organise your tasks through a to-do list. Before beginning your job, developing it sets the flow for the day, but there’s more to it. You may mark them in calendars or reminders.


This is one of the key reasons why we always believe like there is little time, and we end up thinking that there is no time for us to do something. While procrastination can also be productive occasionally, it’s unproductive most of the time. For the less critical stuff, you should easily set aside a date at the end of the day. Try to divide a time-consuming job into small pieces at all times, then work on one part at a time. In order to prevent procrastination, this will help.

Do you want me to know how you’re trying to stop procrastination?


It is also fun to set a deadline for a mission. This might be like a game. Set a clear deadline, like an hour. Then, try to complete the task with sufficient focus within the allotted time. Again, I’m going to say, try, don’t push your mind to rush and understand anything. This will contribute to inefficiency again. At first, aim to handle hard tasks and leave simple tasks for the end. During my exam days, I used to do this a lot. For each unit, I used to devote a time slot, and believe me, this not only helped me in time management but also in achieving efficiency.


For your mental wellbeing and relaxation, self-love is something really important. Anxiety and depression can be caused by too much work and not enough rest and relaxation. It can mean a lot of things to spend time on yourself-you can simply turn off your PC and take a 10-minute break, or you might want to read a book, watch a movie, or click through an Instagram feed that helps your mind relax. Try not to worry about your to-do list at the same time while you are watching a film / show. Whatever you do, strive to do so with your mind’s full presence.


Nothing is flawless. Perfection may be the enemy occasionally. It’s in the head, everything. Stop over-thinking all you’re doing. However, that doesn’t mean being reckless. You have to move to the next mission after you have completed your assignment and have offered your best. Your accurate and optimistic attitude and devotion to your objectives is the crucial thing.

Time management is not really demanding. If I am in a position to control my time, why not you? A bit of preparation will help you find the time for what you want to do and be sensible about how you spend your time. So, try to be efficient but not perfect and do your best.


How to Use Procrastination to be Successful in Life?

Procrastination is the act of delaying a task or collection of tasks or postponing them.
We still say that we procrastinate at all times!
If there is something important that needs good effort to be done, we generally procrastinate it.
Procrastination has become a derogatory word over the past few years since it is cited as one of the key causes of our failures. Procrastination is often considered a disease as well!
You tell people that you are procrastinating, so they immediately start giving you a lot of suggestions about how to stop it. There are thousands of ways for people to tell you to quit postponing work.
The truth, however, is we can’t. We’re not able to deter procrastination.

About why?
Since we are delaying or postponing anything in each movement. We aren’t?
We do something in each moment and postpone other works.
You’re waking up and postponing your night right now. Who would stop you from sleeping? You. You.
Waking up is delayed while you are sleeping. What is stopping you from getting up? You. You.
You’ve got the option of what to do and what to postpone. The actor is you. You are accountable for doing something and for delaying something else. Ever. Always.
So, we’re never able to stop procrastinating. Even the entire function of our body is based on procrastination.
Why are we treating procrastination as an immoral habit?
Since we are postponing nice stuff! As easy as that.
Are we postponing depression or rage? Never. Never.
Are we delaying happiness? Yes. Yes. What? How? We’re setting requirements. We’ll get a job if we work hard and we’ll be satisfied. You’ve delayed happiness.

Do we set conditions for frustration? If everything is done, then we’re going to get furious. Or unexpectedly it just comes.
Delay the sorrow and be grateful. Right now, do what makes you happy. Right now, do what makes you happier. Why postpone it for the future?
Now do the right things. Research right away. Right now work. Delaying bad stuff. Delaying needless things.
We’ve got a option. But we still postpone significant and correct things in the way we work. Society imposes on us the working mechanism. In this mechanism, we are taught to believe. That’s why, because we see satisfaction in college life, we work hard in school. In college, we study hard because we see satisfaction in a good salaried career. In the workplace, we work hard because we see peace in retirement. Yet we never feel happy and it still prevents happiness.
I’m not asking you to delay your hard work, just the way you delay satisfaction with your hard work.

Let me have an example for you. We feel good at solving it and happy after solving it if we solve a difficult mathematical problem or a difficult task (if it is chosen by ourselves). Yeah, we can feel stressful, but due to delayed frustration, anxiety and depression, that’s okay.
Delay the things that, right now, make you furious, nervous and sad. And begin doing the things that right now make you happy and fulfilled. Find anything like that out and don’t delay it. And you have a preference. The actor is you.