You probably clicked this because you’re scrambling to figure out how to manage your oh-so-busy schedule. Which mostly seems, well, impossible. But, it doesn’t have to be. After all, as the old saying goes, you have as many hours in your day as Beyoncé does.
Since we know you have, um, no extra time in the day, we kept the tips brief. Or, we should say, Twitter did. (Gotta love that character limit!) Here are our favorite tweets from actual busy people on getting through your to-do list.
Your ‘Today List’ should contain the top 5 tasks that you will absolutely positively get done today. http://t.co/MmtbCjceyI— Craig Jarrow (@TMNinja) July 14, 2015
Useful time management tip learned today: "Eat the Frog" aka do that important task that you keep putting off first thing. What's your frog?— Carolyn Ou (@SandboxCO) July 9, 2015
Seeing the connection between every item on your to-do list & your big-picture goals is essential to managing your time from the inside out.— Julie Morgenstern (@JulieMorgenstrn) July 23, 2015
Time management tip: Write a to-do list. Mark every item as A (important and urgent) or B (everything else). Focus on the 'A's.— Nigel Temple (@nigeltemple) June 29, 2015
If you struggle with poor time management/lack of productivity, overhaul your morning routine, make the 1st hr of the day count. #inspire— Henna - 360 Audit (@henna360) July 18, 2015
#Timemanagement - When you're organized, it's easy to find what you need and be on your way saving you time and energy— Mike Gardner (@thetimedoctoruk) July 27, 2015
Time Tip Tuesday: bear in mind there's no such thing as time management. You can't manage time, you can only manage the way you use it!— Paula Cohen (@PaulaBizCoach) August 5, 2014
Time Management Tip: A clean & organized environment is KEY to "creating more hours in a day"— KhamaAnku.com (@KhamaAnku) July 27, 2015
Time Management #tip: Do your to-do list the night before. You'll wake up with a plan. Who keeps a to-do list?— Laurie Hurley (@LaurieHurley) July 8, 2015
Time management tip: Get it done first thing or it won't get done pic.twitter.com/SsCtzK2IOW— Kathy Archer (@KathyDArcher) July 17, 2015