Laws, ordinances and regulations are for purpose of guiding people. We live according to an accepted plan or way of life, and better we can organize ourselves, more productive and happy we become.
The secret of all financially successful people is simply that they are organized and do not waste time. Think about it. Review your own activities, and see if you can't find a couple of extra hours in each day for more constructive accomplishments.
Almost everyone needs or wants more money coming in, and with this desire most would like to start some sort of extra income-producing project. The problem is-- fitting "a second job" into your time schedule can prove tricky.
While it's true that most people are busy, extra time for a money-making home-based business or project can almost always be found. It means organizing your time to rearrange a few of your favorite pastimes - such as having a couple of beers with guys or watching TV. If you can do this, you will have a better chance to score big with your extra income project, and it will give you have all time you want for doing little things that are important to you.
Put Pen to Paper The first thing to do is to sit down with pencil and paper and list your daily schedule. What time do you wake up? Are you prepared to begin work or does it take you an hour to become coherent? Now, list everything you do, step-by-step, each day. Most people will find that they have about three hours each day that can be utilized in a more constructive or efficient manner. As we've noted above, you may have to give up time you waste in your local pub or a few television programs you watch, but it will be worth it in long run.
Efficient time management boils down to planning what you're going to do, and then doing it without backtracking. Utilize a few moments at bedtime to make a list of things you want to do next day. Organize your trips to store or wherever to coincide with other things you have to do, and with your trips to or from work to take care of as many things as possible while you're out of house. Take stock of time you spend shooting breeze - especially time you spend on telephone - and eliminate all that isn't necessary.
Whatever chores you have to do at home, set aside a specific time to do them, and a specific amount of time to devote to them. For instance, just one hour a day devoted to yard work would probably make your property envy of all your neighbors. Don't try to do a week's work in one big flurry. Whether it's painting your house, fixing leaky faucets, or mowing your lawn and trimming your shrubs, do a part of it, or one particular job each day, and you'll be amazed at your progress.