Time Management and Decision-Making: How Productivity Improves Decisions

Time Management and Decision-Making: How Productivity Improves Decisions

Posted by Omaily Lucas on

Time management and decision-making: What do these two elements have to do with each other?

When we talk about productivity and its benefits, the first thing we think about is getting more time in a day.

However, productivity also allows us space to make better decisions in our life and work.

By improving our time management and boosting our productivity, we get to create mental space for more serenity and better thinking.

In the end, time management and decision-making are directly correlated to each other in the same way that clutter obstructs the mind from thinking clearly.

It is said that as human we make around 35,000 conscious decisions each day.

It starts with meaningless decisions like whether to eat cheese or oatmeal for breakfast to bigger, life-altering decisions, like whether you should change careers or make an investment.

Decision-making is one of the biggest culprits of time-management.

Each decision takes time and, most importantly, it takes energy from you.

How Improving Time Management Improves Decision-Making

Time management means focusing on two activities, order and structure.

1. First, we start analyzing your day-to-day.

Good productivity can never be achieved without first having a good foundation on how you tackle your activities.

It’s when we analyze our day that we can structure and systemize our activities to improve our productivity.

We often make the mistake of trying to create systems without knowing what to create systems for in the first place.

If you want to make better decisions, you need clarity on both your activities and the structure of your tasks.

2. Once you have clarity, it’s important to structure your day and sticking with your productivity habits.

Productivity happens when we’re able to create healthy habits that help us be more focused and more efficient in our life and work.

There have to systems tailored-made to your life for them to work and offer the result you need.

By improving your day, you make space to think clearer and to add more creativity to your life.

The creativity that leads to better problem-solving.

Stress is the Enemy

A major struggle for creativity is a mind clouded by stress, which is often the result of obsessively focusing on one element.

When you focus on little details you lose focus on the bigger picture which obstructs your ability to make good decisions.

But, creating systems in your life and work will allow you to always have a bird-eye view of every situation.

It frees up your time, so you have space to empty your mind to make better choices.

That is exactly what is necessary to make good decisions both in your life and work.

5 Tips to Improve Time Management and Decision-Making

So, let’s get tactical with these 5 tips that will help you improve your time management and make better decisions.

  1. Start by analyzing your day-to-day and structuring your tasks
  2. Systemize your “workflow” and create better productivity habits
  3. Add creativity to life for better problem-solving
  4. Remove stress from your day
  5. Make sure to have plenty of “down-time”

Effectively managing your time can significantly help your ability to make better decisions. Decisions that can help you lead a happier and more fulfilled life designed by your desires and your purpose.



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