How can I improve my time management skills?

To help keep track of time, it would be helpful to:

  • Count the seconds
  • Purchase a specialty watch or one with multiple features (day, date, alarm, etc.)
  • Use a pen that displays the day and date
  • Purchase a digital clock with large numbers
  • Create a daily clock with colorful pictures to highlight activities
  • Use a calendar to display events and activities
To keep track of schedules, it would be helpful to:
  • Use an appointment book as a personal scheduler
  • Use a notebook to track daily schedules
  • Use spiral index cards
  • Hang a large wall calendar with everyone's schedule visible
To remember dates and deadlines, it would be helpful to:
  • Write special events on a calendar in red ink.
  • Use a pocket calendar to keep track of birthdays.
  • Create a system for paying bills on time.
  • Use a perpetual calendar to keep track of annual events.
  • Use a TimePAD to get personalized reminders.
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