Self-management in an organized manner -woodmam


  Do you feel that you have enough time? Do you know how you spend all your time?

  Have you ever tried to keep track of your time to find out what potential you have to explore it?

  Have you ever had conflicts with your parents about your schedule? What was the reason? How was it resolved? Do you think the problem can be solved completely?

  Are there things you do that you can do or not do? Do you usually end up doing most of them, or do you not do them to save time?

  Do you have activities that waste other people's time? List them out.

  Do you usually make plans for holidays and vacations in advance? If you have a plan, can you usually implement it? Why?

  If you have fifteen minutes of free time, what do you usually do? For example, fifteen minutes to wait for the bus.

  What do you do in class after you have mastered all the content?

  Can the time for doing homework each day be further compressed?

  4. Self-management is organized

  ①Definition and meaning of organized self-management

  Self-management in an organized way means to manage your own affairs in an orderly way, to prioritize things, to adjust your schedule according to the needs, and to learn to make arrangements.

  First of all, to manage their own things in an orderly manner. Have a schedule in your mind of what you want to do and what you need to do to prepare. For example, before going to school, you should know to bring all the textbooks you need for the day, put your stationery away, bring your water bottle and cup, dress neatly, and wear sports-appropriate clothes for gym class. These preparations should be habit-forming and take as little time as possible to think through.

  Second, prioritize your approach to things. It is not enough to just create a to-do list, but you must sort out the "priorities" between tasks, otherwise you are likely to get caught in a hell of chores and spend a lot of effort on things that are not really that important, delaying the really important things and creating a crisis later.

  Again, the ability to adjust the schedule as needed. Schedule down generally can not be easily modified. But sometimes there are emergencies, emergencies, it is necessary to modify the timely. To make their schedules slightly flexible, there are transitions between things, so that it is easy to arrange.

  Integrated arrangement means that when doing many things, some things can be done together. For example, you can take advantage of the time you don't need to turn over to set up the table and chairs while the dishes are cooking on the stove fire. Instead of having to wait until the dishes are all cooked, you can then set the table and chairs.

  ②Cultivate goals

  Make a checklist of various things and activities.

  To be organized, you need to know which activities consist of which things and steps, and then combine them into a checklist that is easy to check, then whenever you want to do these things, you can check the checklist item by item, so that nothing will be missed, and you can also better grasp the process of doing these things in the process of continuous implementation, to achieve strict control of time.

  Learn to distinguish the priorities of things.

  Some of the things that are important can be seen at a glance. For example, if a child suddenly becomes more seriously ill, parents will often put aside whatever they can to attend to the child's condition first. Once the child's condition is stabilized, the parents can consider resuming some of their work to make up for the delay.

  But there are times when it's not so easy to determine the priority of things for day-to-day activities. On the one hand, sometimes there are things that you especially want to do and feel especially important, and it is easy to put it at the top of the list. For example, you especially like to watch cartoons, and cartoons are often played when you have not finished your homework, many people can not resist the temptation of cartoons, go to watch cartoons first. This is actually a practice of reversing priorities. On the other hand, some things are light or heavy because you haven't experienced them or thought about them at all, and don't know how light they are.

  Adjust the schedule as needed.

  Once a schedule is set, it cannot be easily modified, but only after it has been weighed, especially for things that have been agreed upon, and only with the consent of others.

  Coordinate the schedule.

  The integrated arrangement needs to be more clear about the several things you want to do, and know their time-consuming situation, so that they can be integrated. Otherwise, several things due to time crossed together but easy to bring more serious chaos, but also easy to dangerous. For example, you are boiling water on the gas stove, and then run out to play. It is likely that because of playing too much, the kettle will be boiled dry, or even the danger of accidental fire, etc.

  ③ Self-assessment

  Do you have your own checklist for things you are not very familiar with?

  When you go out shopping, if there are more things you need to buy, do you make a list of items to buy so that you don't forget them?

  Do you write down your daily homework in a special notebook, or do you just mark it in a book or exercise book? Have you ever forgotten your homework?

  Have you ever been inconvenienced by something you didn't bring on a trip?

  Do you know how to cook instant noodles in a coordinated way? Tell us about your cooking method.

  Have you ever unintentionally broken an appointment?

  Can you list what you do with your time in a particular day? Do you think your schedule is reasonable? If there are things that don't make sense, what is it because of?

  Give an example of a time when you felt you were able to take care of important things while properly handling less important things.

  II. Be efficient

  1. Definition and connotation

  To be efficient is to maximize the use of time. Specifically, to achieve efficiency, we must learn to do things according to the rules, the pursuit of efficiency, perseverance and strength.

  ① Do things according to the law

  By doing things according to the law, it means that things do not go against the original inherent laws of things, but in accordance with the law, following the most time-saving, most likely to be effective way to do things.

  During the reign of Yao, there was a great flood in the Yellow River basin, and the crops were flooded and the houses were destroyed, so the people had to move to higher ground. In many places there were also poisonous snakes and beasts that harmed people and livestock, making it impossible for people to live their lives.

  Yao held a meeting with the tribal alliance to discuss the problem of water management. He asked the chiefs of the four tribes for their opinion: who should be sent to control the flood? The chiefs all recommended Father Jiu.

  Yao had little trust in Father Jiu. The chiefs said, "There is no better talent than Father Jiu, try it!" Yao reluctantly agreed.

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