Updated: Feb 28
As a student I've always been struggling with time management, planners and study slots. Yes, I’ve also been on the receiving end of TED talks and motivational lectures emphasizing on planning as a way to have a productive week. And yes, it seemed ridiculous to me at the outset, too.
Until I tried it out.
Planning a weekly routine might seem dreary and even boring, but it usually ends up being
exciting and motivating. If not, it at least helps one stick to their goals. Either way, there’s no
harm in giving it a shot.
Here are some ways YOU can plan a successful and productive week, too:
Make a to-do list!
You should list all the weekly goals you want to accomplish by the end of the week here. Helps, it really does.
Prioritizing the goals you consider the most important helps you to complete them first as well as devote more time towards it.
You should plan a schedule for your daily tasks and goals and try to complete them the same day you've scheduled it.
What time are you most productive at? Finding out what time of the day you are most productive and energetic helps you a lot with commitments toward your goals. As for me, I'm more productive in the evening but it can be different for you.
Check box ✅
Create a checkbox next to your tasks and check then once you're completed with your task and reschedule the tasks you couldn't. This will keep you motivated.
Know we're capable of completing our goals and becoming the best version of ourselves!