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Because ten weren't enough here are ten MORE ways to improve time management.
- Target to be early. This one I wholeheartedly fail on, but it's great advice. Planning on getting there, or things done, early gives you the buffer you need to incorporate Murphy's law.
- Buffer time in between. Again, if things go wrong - we all hit snags or misjudge how long things will actually take - it helps to not over schedule yourself.
- Set reminders. You can't be expected to remember everything. Setting reminders for meetings among other things can really help. Reminders are one of the unique built-in features of Safestacks that can be set up to alert you to software expiring, or when regular hardware maintenance is due.
Work smarter, not harder with these ten tips. Manage projects better, and keep clients happy.
- Create a daily plan. Having a plan for each day lets you know what needs to be done, and what you need to accomplish.
- Think/plan ahead. Reviewing your plan the evening before is a great habit to get into. This allows you to dress appropriately. Working from home? Client presentation? Hitting the gym? And make sure you get enough healthy sustenance throughout the day. Packing a healthy lunch will help you avoid the grab and go fast food that's all too tempting when you're on the run.
- Do the hardest thing first. Getting the most difficult item off your list first gives you a sense of accomplishment, and helps you avoid that growing feeling of dread of said hard activity.
My very first boss told me that success in an advertising agency boiled down to two things: ideas and managing client expectations. Your pay rate is often scaled by how great an idea you have (and the materials needed to execute said idea). However you can have the best idea in the world, but if client expectations aren't managed properly you can fall square on your face. Here are a few tips to keep your clients happy, and keep you in business.
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