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Taking Control with Time Management by Janis Fisher Chan, M. J. Weeks

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2Evaluating Your Use of Time

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Learning Objectives

When you complete this chapter, you should be able to:

• State the purpose of a time audit.

• Describe the activities to be included on a daily log.

• Conduct a useful audit of your time.

• List four common problems that time audits uncover.

AUDITING YOUR TIME

To manage your time so that you work productively and effectively, you must first understand how you use it. In Chapter 1, Why Take Time to Manage Your Time?, you identified some of the time challenges that make it difficult for you to get your work done and still have time for your personal life. In this chapter, you will use a time audit ...

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