I was recently approached by the Association for Talent Development (ATD) to write an article for their newsletter. ATD is the world’s largest association dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations. These professionals take the knowledge, skills, and abilities of others and help them achieve their full potential.
I was honored by the request, and decided to explore the topic of habits and how they contribute to our overall sense of control. The basis of the article was the following theory:
If time management is choice management, and most of the decisions we make each day are habits, then the key to being better at time management is to create better habits.
In the article, I discuss simple ways to hack into your habits to ensure you have time for things that matter. You can read the full article here: “Time Management vs. Habit Management in the Workplace.”
What do you think? Which habits can you improve in order to become better at time management?