Time management skills are critical to academic and personal success. Conducting an informal observation and evaluation of your time management skills may provide insight into how and when you use time effectively. When you identify priorities, you can make appropriate changes to be a more effective time manager.
Answer these questions in 75 to 100 words each:
How do you establish priorities?
I establish my priorities by what is the most time sensitive or the most important thing that may need to be done. I try to make a list and as I complete the tasks at hand I check them off the list to that I know that I have completed them. I do this at home as well as at work. I think that time management is a very important part of our lives. I have a two sons and my husband to take care of as well as a full time job a part time job and school work. Life is very hectic most of the time, but I do not think that I would get through the day without time management. Who makes up your support group?
My support group is made up of the most important people in my life. My husband, mom, dad and sisters. I do not think that I would be able to do what I do without them in my life. They all make sure that I am on track. I know that if I needed them for anything that they would be there for me in every way that they can. With having so many people there for me it keeps me going. I do not want to let any of them down in any way, so I am always striving harder at my goals. What is your backup plan in case your computer goes down?
If my computer goes down I have many other resources to ensure that I stay on task. We currently have two laptops in our house, my husband and mine. I can also go to my mother and fathers or my sister’s house. I have utilized everyone’s computers at one point in time so I know that they wouldn’t mind if something was to happen. The worst case scenario would be that I would have to go to my local library to complete the tasks. How do...
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