Time goes by differently for a good worker
Lawyer Lee Yun-gyu uses the whole day
Author Lee Yoon-gyu
Publishing Wisdom House
The color of the time management method varies depending on how the weight of efficiency and satisfaction is set. As such, efficiency and satisfaction have different proportions, but you should not give up either. It would help if you pursued both. This is because there is a side that gives you the power to manage time that can work through satisfaction.
• There are two main trends in time management.
• One is how 'efficient' to do 'what to do.'
• The other is how "satisfying" to do "what you want to do."
• In the past, pursuing work efficiency was mainstream, but in recent years, finding life satisfaction has emerged as a new trend.
• The most essential thing in time management is to divide the steps.
• The plan-execution-check should be divided.
• If you don't divide the steps, you'll waste time and energy thinking about what to do.
When planning, you must set specific goals for the future and then think about what you must do now going back to the present. In other words, rather than planning from the present to the present, you plan in a way that returns from the future to the present.
The key is the target number and the deadline. Among them, the part that can be expressed in numbers will be changed to look at in detail, and only the part that makes the overall plan will be explained here.
First, I come up with a goal or result that I want. Then, I convert it into something related to numbers and express it. If you don't come up with a specific idea at once, it's good to take out the paper, write it down yourself, and make it concrete. And then decide how long you will do that goal. It's not vaguely 'let's do it, but instead deciding whether to do it every day, how long you will do it if you don't do it every day, and how long you will do it if you don't do it every day.
When planning, I am expected to think of "what I want to do," centering on myself. However, it would help if you grasped what the other person wants (needs) to persuade someone.
• Think of time management as placing objects (to-do) in a space.
• The reason time management is complex is because a person can only remember three to four at a time.
• It is paramount to make a habit of thinking about only one thing at a time.
• For now, let's write down everything that comes to mind.
• If you can't think of anything you need to do, let's get help from the 'Mandarat Plan.'
• The plan should be embodied in the future as the work to be done in the present, not in the present.
• Let's make short-term plans on a daily and weekly basis and long-term plans for a month, a few months, or a year simultaneously.
• What cannot be quantified and embodied is not a plan but a determination.
• Let's use the 'SMART Principle' as a tool for digitization and detention.
• Let's create a system by dividing the work's purpose and means.
• The '5W2H question method' is helpful as a way to subdivide the means of doing work.
• When it comes to persuading the other person, you must go through four steps: ① identifying the other person's needs, ② identifying my strengths that meet those needs, ③ identifying my shortcomings that interfere with the achievement of my needs and the reason why establishing a basis for my persuasion.
• The plan necessarily sets out two things: Plan A and Plan B.