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Timekeeping is one of the defining attributes of humans. We exist in time, and we enjoy organizing it and making arrangements that can help us make sense of the world we live in. We’ve created plenty of subdivisions that we can use as references for the past or future, to track our changes, set deadlines and make predictions. In 2019, you can make better use of your time by using this historical tool that has been around for centuries. Make notes for each month with your deadlines and plans, set tasks or mark events for individual days, or look at a quarter of the year for financial updates.
A month lasts between 28 and 31 days, so rather than tackling each day individually to complete your project, use this slide deck to outline your plans and stay on top of everything. This tool also works fantastically well in keeping a high-level record of your activities for analysis in retrospect.
Use calendars to mark down important events or deadlines. It is a great way to have a visual representation of how much time you have until the date. You will be able to see if events clash and even keep track of the holidays.
For some projects, one month is too little and 12 months is too much. So, you can find the solution at the halfway point by using quarters. They are especially important in financial planning as data is analyzed every 3 months to produce a result. This might mean the start of a new tax year, or calculating the GDP performance of countries.
Time tracking helps you increase efficiency
Never miss a deadline
Mark your holidays!
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