The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Posted on May 23, 2012, under Time Priorities.
Finding time includes expanding how you use and enjoy your time. After all, if you find new ways to appreciate your moments and enhance your effectiveness within the same 24 hours, the quality of your life is improved!
So today I’ll return to the theme of soft deadlines. As you recall, we’ve discussed that soft deadlines are basically “pre-deadlines” that you aim for. If you focus on meeting your soft deadline, small delays won’t force you to collide, unprepared, with a hard, final deadline. You might think of soft deadlines as workable boundary challenges.
With soft deadlines you give yourself room to experiment. And as you explore this tool, you can fine tune what works for you. Play with the ways you use soft deadlines and make a note of your successes so you can repeat them.
As you get the hang of using soft deadlines you’ll noticeably lower your stress. And that means you’ll bring more curiosity and zest to upcoming projects. No matter how you look at it, soft deadlines make time management much easier!
So, here are 5 Tips to Help You Set Successful Soft Deadlines. The next time you create a soft deadline, ask yourself:
As you add to your prioritizing skills by adding soft deadlines, see how they guide you through the day.
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