Do you often wonder where the day has gone, find yourself rushing to finish a project, or struggling to get to the bottom of your inbox? Perhaps you need to see, in black and white, how you’re actually using your time.
The time audit is a way of putting some raw numbers on your working day. It’s a way to identify time drains to help you plan and prioritise better, says Abigail Barnes, time management expert and CEO of Success by Design Training. It also shines a light on broken processes and legacy systems that no longer work. “Saving 15 minutes here and there often adds up to an extra hour, and it’s not uncommon for people to reclaim as much as two hours of their time.”
For those wanting to find some precious extra minutes in their day, Abigail explains how it works…
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