Tuesday, July 17, 2007

My Plan of Action for the next two weeks...

My plan of action in the next fourteen days is to attack my research writing with greater ferocity. How do I plan to achieve this?
First step is to draw up a schedule which ensures that I make structured use of these fourteen days, aiming at maximising every hour. As I mentioned in a previous blog post, time management is a skill I need to work at honing. This will therefore present me with both an opportunity and a challenge to work on my time management skills.
Wish me luck. I'll let you know if my plan is working.

6 comments:

Susan Arthur said...

Wow, only two weeks left! Will definitely be thinking of you as you treat your time like a mini - hitler! Try the SMART goal thing

Thomas Blaser said...

Maybe you should spend less time on your blog...

Ijeoma Uche-Okeke said...

Thomas,
Thank you for your suggestion. Might actually help. Though it can hardly be said that I've been blogging regularly.

Ijeoma Uche-Okeke said...

Hi Susan A, thank you for that suggestion. I certainly need to work SMART. It's now a week and three days.

Adam N. Mukendi said...

Hi Ije,
One week is gone. I wish you achieved something last week. I am happy to hear that you draw a plan. Remember what Roy said; our brain retain or obey the most to picture then memories. Writing something down show determination to our brain.
All the best
Adam

Ijeoma Uche-Okeke said...

Adam,
I am really struggling with the time management issue. I definitely have to master it. I am quite organised but I think to manage time properly and get the maximum productivity out of each day is much more than being organised. It's part of it but more needs to happen still.