March 22, 2022
|By :
Kavya Agarwal

7 time management skills your child should have

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    William Penn once quoted ' Time is what we want most but what we use worst. Time management is a  skill that most people lack around the world. As minute and vague as this agenda may sound, 'How to manage time?' is the subject of concern. Managing time is no rocket science, here are few effortless traits that your child needs to acquire in life to master the art of Time management.

    1. Avoid procrastination- Procrastination, if not avoided at a young age, becomes an inevitable habit that gives a massive blow to an individual's productivity.  It only leads to a backload of work and a waste of time. If your children are able to avoid that in their daily routine, they would be able to save a lot of time and yield the best out of the time they work for.
    2. Punctuality: Punctuality is one quality that many people fail to inculcate in their children while it is one of the most important skills to ensure their growth and success. It will not only develop discipline in your child but also results in developing confidence,  following routines is the best way to manage time.
    3. Assertiveness: It is an art to master, not only for time management but, is a life skill to be able to say  'no' to distractions. Since our childhood, we are conditioned into believing that to say 'no' is to be unkind but don't let the children fall into this trap. Teach them that they will have to prioritize their tasks in life and be assertive when it comes to denying something that might hamper their productivity.
    4. Prioritization: It is a chief area that will affect your routine, work efficiency, and completion of tasks that are more important or urgent than the other ones. It aids in the completion of work that requires more effort and attention.  Understanding one's priorities and setting them accordingly saves time and energy.
    5. Set realistic and attainable goals. Use the SMART method when setting goals. Make sure the goals you set are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely. Setting unrealistically high goals can lead to disappointment and demotivation thus furthering harming your productive routine.
    6. Make a daily to-do list: To do lists are the best way to help your children plan their day, to help them organize their tasks, and to keep them focused. To do list will increase their efficiency of completing multiple tasks in a day and further helps them achieve their everyday goals.
    7. Resting: It is an as much important part of your routine as is getting your work done. Make sure you teach your child the importance of giving themselves in their hectic schedule and resting. Resting ****increases the efficiency of your work quality and reduces stress.
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