Managing your Time using your Memory stifles your Creativity

Posted by Key Yessaad @zenkey on February 4, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Many complain, and at times rightfully so, that there does not seem to be enough time to get everything done during the workday – but what if we started understanding Time slightly differently?: Try this ‘Time is the way Nature helps our events from occurring all at once!’ If all of our activities, meetings, and interactions were not spaced out in time our brains will short-circuit. This leads to a simple Truism: What if ending the day with everything done on our to-do list is Unrealistic? What if we are always bargaining with time to do those thing we must accomplish and try to squeeze out a few more things for good measure? No matter your profession you have ‘must-do’ tasks every single day – your approach to them is simple: Get these ‘Must Tasks’ done and do not bargain with Time – work on them right away. These tasks are so fundamental to your job that putting them in your calendar is superfluous, and normally you have 3 or 4 to manage in your day. The rest of your daily activities support and enhance your business endeavors and must be managed in time and must be driven by strong calendar presence. The worst Calendar Manager you can use is your brain/memory – don’t try to remember what you are going to do; let your calendar do its job and make sure it syncs with your Smartphone. 




Key Yessaad, Real Estate Business Coach and Internet Strategist – in 2013 Kevin Ahearn and Introduced an integrated Real Estate Training called i-FAStTRAC, a 10-Week 50-Hour course on the fundamentals of building your Real Estate Business, Prospecting, Lead Generation, and Internet Marketing with Advanced SEO Learning. Learn more at

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Categories: Thought of the Day, Time Blocking, Real Estate Business

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