November 08, 2013

Follow–up on Organising yourself and your time

Workshop Tutor: Lisa Faulkner

Heres a summary of how I've been getting on with my action points

  1. Time Bound

    A task should be time bound because it exercises control over the amount of time spent on a particular task. Hence by being time bound for example we can allocate sufficient time for our project research and our day to day studies, etc. Being time bound also helps in protecting our time efficiently because of strict time measures allocated to a particular task.

  2. Leadership

    If i get an opportunity to lead a team for example lead a group project i will make the most of the experience. For a leader to be effective i believe the ability to communicate one's hidden ideas to a group of people is of utmost priority. A leader should have a dominant personality and the ability to think like a visionary.

  3. Specific

    A specific goal has much greater chances of becoming accomplished rather than a general goal because of a precise particular task that a person sets himself.For example, I want to be more specific about my project thesis and i intend to finish it by end of July so that i have enough time to work on my thesis and dissertation.

  4. Realistic

    A realistic goal must represent something that you are willing to work towards irrespective of the amount of hardships that you will have to achieve while attaining it. If you are realistic in setting up tasks and achieving it then you have set your unconscious mind working towards a specific realistic goal.

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  1. Lisa Faulkner

    Hello again Fahad,

    Thanks for your blog. It’s good to hear that you’ve taken the theory from the workshop on board and are thinking about how you may apply this to managing your own time.

    As I mentioned in my last comment, it would be good to hear more about how you are implementing these techniques and how you are finding this process. You may find it helpful to refer to the reflective writing bookmark that you should have received at the ‘Getting started with skills development and the Warwick Skills Portfolio Award’ workshop, which has a series of questions on it, designed to support structured reflection. Try using this as the basis for your next blog post.

    I look forward to hearing how you’ve been getting on!

    All the best,

    27 Nov 2013, 14:04

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