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    July 24, 2009

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    Christine

    Many people don't consider how much time management can actually improve their lifestyle. When I started developing a better schedule I became less stressed and also my health began to improve as well. This is a great post. Thanks for sharing this with us.

    Christine

    Bill Medifast

    Commitment is a big thing, especially with time management. I've seen people develop schedules but never commit to them. This is a great post. Thanks for sharing this.

    Rachael

    As a florist time management is something I have to be very good at. Without having a good ability with time management I wouldn't be able to get through any of my days.

    Maura Thomas

    After 6 years in business, I finally wrote a business plan. Evaluating actions as they relate to that plan is a great way to ensure I'm getting the important stuff done. Thanks Lorie!

    Bruce Frauman

    Two more words that mean the same as"commit", but add somewhat to the concept are "intend (intention) and promise.

    I recently thought about my life and all my commitments and responsibilities, and pared it all down as much as I could. Then I e-mailed a close friend that this is what I intend to do. There is a strength and force to the word I like. She is printing my note and is writing her own intentions.

    Also, instead of setting a goal, make a promise to yourself that certain things will get done.

    All the same idea, but different words connect to people in different ways.

    Martha

    Great post! I think of reviewing my 'captures' and strategizing my time as self care. self care (just had to say that again!).
    ...AND thanks for mentioning to pay attention to what styles might work best for all phases of this process. I just discovered that I love to 'capture' electronically and then use paper and pencil to plan out. It doesn't fit as well to do it elsewise.

    Heather

    I recently thought about my life and all my commitments and responsibilities, and pared it all down as much as I could. Then I e-mailed a close friend that this is what I intend to do.

    Carrie

    I just discovered that I love to 'capture' electronically and then use paper and pencil to plan out. It doesn't fit as well to do it elsewise.

    Allison Clark

    Thank you for sharing this post, this is really great and informative. Commitment is a big thing, especially with time management. I've seen people develop schedules but never commit to them.

    Abie

    Yes! If you are committed with the time and schedule that you put on then you can do your work or extra time with other things.

    Lorie Marrero

    That's great, Abie. Did the rest of the series resonate with you?

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