Using the 10/100/1,000 Exercise to Improve Your Time Management

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Jeff Gargas discusses how to use the “10/100/1,000” exercise to improve your time management.

'Just the process of tracking your time specifically for two weeks will be very powerful for you.' Click To Tweet [scroll down to keep reading]

Time management has always been an issue with me. The line between what’s important and what is essential can oftentimes become so blurry. A few months ago, a friend of mine recommended the High Performance Planner by Brendon Burchard. This has immensely helped me identify what is important and what is secondary. It begins with reflection time in the morning where I list all that I need to accomplish. After that, I simply go through a prioritizing exercise where I list most important all the way down to “would like to accomplish.” Then I attack those important items. I gain immense satisfaction checking them off the list. The result has been more time on the flip side. Getting those things done allows for peace of mind, less stress, and extra time for the family! – Mark Horner, HS teacher, Teach Better Ambassador (@THSMr_Horner)

See the full Time Management 101 blog series here!

About Jeff Gargas

Jeff Gargas is the COO and co-founder of the Teach Better Team, and co-author of the Teach Better book. Prior to co-founding Teach Better Team, Jeff was the owner of ENI Multimedia, an online marketing firm, where he worked with entrepreneurs and small businesses, assisting them with web design, social media, content marketing, and brand awareness.

Prior to all of this, Jeff was an adjunctive professor at Kent State University and spent 10+ years in the music industry. He has spoken at conferences around the country, and has successfully promoted more than 500 events and launched 7 businesses in a variety of industries.

Jeff is passionate about music, and enjoys spending time with his family as often as possible. He is also a member of the Teach Better Speakers Network.