Self Awareness and Control
Manages time in an effective and productive way.
Set Goals good time management is knowing where you're going and how to get there, and goals can help you create a plan to do it.
Picking a system and commit. It really doesn't matter what system or approach you use, only that it's something that I understand fully and keep up with.
Go one day at a time. Taking lessons learned from each day, especially as they relate to productivity and time management, and apply them to tomorrow. I found that you can never complete what you set out in the day but can always carry it over to tomorrow.
Knowing my priorities there will always be a few items leftover every day that I didn't get completed. The only time this is dangerous is when that leftover item is a high-priority item with a deadline attached. In order to avoid that from happening, taking time to clarify what your priorities are and then schedule in the time to do my most important tasks when I am most productive.
Manages own stress, remaining objective and stable in stressful situations.
I use rational thinking to identify my negative and positive thoughts, it can often be useful to prepare rational positive thoughts and affirmations to counter them. It can also be useful to look at the situation and see if there are any useful opportunities that are offered by it. Part of positive thinking is to look at opportunities that the situation might offer to you successfully overcoming the situations causing the original negative thinking will open up opportunities. You will acquire new skills, you will be seen as someone who can handle difficult challenges. Affirmations help me to build self-confidence. By basing my affirmations on the clear, rational assessments of facts that you made using Rational Thinking, you can use them to undo the damage that negative thinking may have done to your self-confidence.
Maintain high ethical...