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Time Management

Many people complain that they don't have enough time to do the things they want in life or in their spare time (if they have any). There are at least 2 possible types of reason for this:

1. Weaknesses in organisational skills and allocating priorities

If you have difficulty getting everything done or constantly feel under pressure or on the go, you may find the following simple ideas of assistance:

2. Psychological, mental or emotional reasons for not cutting back on certain tasks (e.g. beliefs about yourself or how you should be or act or about how others see you, which cause you to work very long hours, despite risks to your own health, or lack of enjoyment).

Often these kinds of reason are even more significant than the practical issues highlighted above.

The use of cognitive behavioural techniques to help you cope with pressures or balance out your responses to comments by others or your own negative dialogue can be helpful in relation to these kind of psychological or emotional difficulties.

An example of a famous cognitive behavioural technique for reflecting on your thought processes & how they may contribute to your stresses, and then adjusting them if necessary, is given at the page below:

ABC Model - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

 

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