This sharing is mainly divided into three parts: the first part is how young people start investing in time accounts; the second part is knowing the four important email list and urgent quadrants, why are they still not good at time management? The third part is a summary of past experience, how to learn time management and avoid inefficient involution
Every young person works hard at the beginning, but hard work also requires skill.
Time account means that there are 24 hours in a day, and everyone's time will be allocated to different accounts during the day, and different people are allocated differently at different stages.
Time accounts can be mainly divided into:
Energy recovery, i.e. time spent sleeping and eating;
commute time, i.e. time spent commuting to and from get off work;
Working hours means the time spent on work expenditures;
Learning and growth refers to the time spent on improving professional ability;
Social entertainment refers to the time spent on maintaining/expanding contacts;
Personal emotion refers to the time spent in maintaining kinship and love;
Physical exercise refers to the time spent on improving physical fitness;
Leisure and enjoyment refers to the time spent in hobbies and entertainment.
Most people belong to the first three time accounts which account for more than 16 hours, and the remaining five time accounts are allocated from the remaining 8 hours, but some 996 may work for 15 hours or more, so the following time accounts will be occupied. For example, my first job was game customer service, and I needed to work shifts. I spent 12 hours in front of the computer every day, but now I belong to the backbone of the company, and I spend relatively less time in this part.
To sum up, there is a logic, that is, if you invest heavily in your account for a long time, your life will change quietly. For example, if a person spends time on social networking for a long time, the corresponding network will be wider; if a person exercises for a long time, Naturally, the body will be stronger, similar to investing, where you invest more, you will get more returns.
The above picture is my time allocation in my first job. Because I liked the game industry at that time, I entered the industry and became a game customer service. Because I had no money, I lived far away from the company and commuted to get off work every day. It is 3 hours, plus 10 hours of work and 7 hours of eating and sleeping, basically there are only 4 hours left to allocate to the rest of the time account.
Later, I decided to change the strategy. First of all, the eating and sleeping time remained unchanged, but moved to the vicinity of the company, so the commute time was greatly reduced, which could free up more time to invest in other time accounts. Take the extra time to invest in other time accounts.
The second is to avoid inefficient business. Because of the limited ability in the past, I could only be forced to answer the phone. Later, I would consciously identify which things to do are more valuable, so when I go to work, I will finish all the things that need to be done that day, and the rest of the time. It can be used to browse work information, do business research and analysis, etc., that is, spend more time on learning and improvement.