Time Management


Time management is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between different activities. Get it right, and you'll end up working smarter, not harder, to get more done in less time – even when time is tight and pressures are high. The highest achievers manage their time exceptionally well. Other people struggle with feelings of anxiety when approaching certain tasks, and may therefore chronically avoid them as a way of trying to reduce this distress. Regardless of the reasons for these difficulties, cognitive behavioral therapies have been shown to be a very effective way of addressing these problems, thereby allowing individuals to more effectively manage their time and achieve their personal goals.

How Can You Tell if You’re Managing Time Well?

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to determining if you’re managing your time well. After all, each person has stressors and obstacles.

Ask yourself these questions once:-

  •  Do you ever have the time to have fun or do activities that you enjoy?
  •  Are you always in a rush to get somewhere? Are you often late for engagements?
  •  Are you too busy to have a social life?
  •  Do you always feel pressure and are impatient?
  •  Are 24 hours not enough to do all the things you’d like to accomplish?

If your answer is yes to any of these questions, you may need to think about how you’re managing your time and examine if it’s starting to impact your mental well-being.

How can we help you?
  •  Note what you're doing. Write down exactly what you are doing at each point of the day and note how long you spend on each activity.
  •  Help one to Evaluate Your Priorities
  •  Help one to establish a schedule
  •  Get organized
  •  How to deal with stressors stopping you to do what you really want to