There are no hard and fast rules about what tools you

must own, if you are going to embark on a mission to

improve your time management skills. The following

simple tools, however, are inexpensive, and can help

make the process of tracking, planning and organizing

your time easier and less burdensome.

Time Monitor Journal– This resource comes in both the

digital and traditional varieties. It is useful in

helping you to monitor and record your own use of

time, in order to identify key areas for change.

While a special journal is not needed, you may find

that a ready made one saves you time in the long run,

by doing the majority of the work for you prior to the

actual recording of your activities.

Planner– Available in digital and traditional formats,

planners are wonderful for recording goals, making

notes, keeping track of appointments and more. A

planner is a must have to help you stay organized and

on target, when working toward your goals.

Select a planner that allows you enough room to keep

track of a number of appointments and daily goals, but

that is small enough so that you are able to carry it

with you at all times.

Organizer– These can be useful for planning a specific

project, or managing a number of projects all at the

same time. Digital and traditional versions of project

organizers are available that can help you stay on top

of the job.

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