The technique Iâ€™m about to show you is so simple, but I donâ€™t know any students who use it. Itâ€™s incredibly easy to learn and will skyrocket your productivity but students stop using it around university. If a simple technique can produce such great results, why donâ€™t people use it?
Because of its simplicity, most students assume it canâ€™t help them. They assume the technique is for younger kids because of how easy it is to learn. The truth is, many successful entrepreneurs use this method.
If you take a second to learn this method I guarantee you will be able to complete your tasks more effectively, which will allow more time to enjoy life.
To give you an idea of how to set up a timetable, here is what I wrote today:
Tuesday August 10, 2010
5:00 â€“ 5:30am Namaz
6:00 â€“ 8:00 Studying Theoretical subjects or courses
8:00 â€“ 1:30 University Classes
2: 00â€“ 3:00 Namaz and lunch
3:00-- 4:00 Library work
5:00-- 7:00 Reaching home, Namaaz, rest etc
7:00---10:00 Studying Math and theoretical subjects or courses
10:00 â€“ Watching news channel, namaaz and sleep
You can get as detailed as you like, just make sure you stick to the times. You can also customize it according to your wish.
If you give yourself too long to complete a task, you will be wasting time. Always give yourself just enough time. Itâ€™s better to give yourself less time than too much, here is why.
If you donâ€™t finish a task, stop working on it and move on to the next assignment. Come back to this task once you finish the other on your list. This will prevent you from spending all day working on one task then realizing you still have other things to do.
Also, by giving yourself just enough time to work on something, you will be cutting out all of the distractions and little things that lead to procrastination.