Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Today I am looking at Scheduling.
Scheduling seems like a “Duh” item. But I believe all of us need a refresher once in a while. This is another thing taken from our Guide to Writing that is given to prospective clients.
Why is it Important?
First of all, it is important. God through His Word has told us to Redeem the time. Now that is talking primarily about salvation. But redeeming the time is making good use of your time. We often wait on making decisions or action upon decisions until it is almost too late or is too late.
Secondly, scheduling is more than setting a time for a particular task. It is making priorities!
When you think of it as making priorities you should be focusing on the most important tasks and goals.
What is a Good Scheduling Task?
In my opinion, it is the old fashioned “to do” list. It has changed over the years, but it still is simple. To be a successful tool, it needs to be practiced daily and kept simple.
Tip of the Day: Make and keep a daily ‘To Do’ List.
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