Time Management for Students: Activities, Examples, Methods, Skills, Techniques, Tips & Tools

Time Management for Students: Activities, Examples, Skills, Techniques, Tips & Tools

Time Management

Time is an important natural endowment that every human being has in the same measure. The difference between success and failure in life in every human endeavour lies principally in Time Management. The post, Time Management for Students: Activities, Examples, Methods, Skills, Techniques, Tips & Tools, is an insightful discussion on Time Management for Students and those who wish to get a handle on their time.

Our time is our life and it becomes imperative to manage it well through useful goal setting strategies. Any student who wishes to be successful in their academic endeavours needs to read this post on Time Management. Let us attempt a description of time…


  • Time is a limited, investable, non-renewable resource.

  • Time cannot be saved for future use.

  • Each activity requires a minimum quantum of time.

  • Time has a value like currency.

Time Management for Students: Activities, Examples, Methods, Skills, Techniques, Tips & Tools

In putting together this post, I decided to look up what great minds have to say about time and I came up with the following selections. You can check some other quotes on Time Management

  • Men talk of killing time, while time quietly kills them
    Dion Boucicault
  • Better three hours too soon, than one minute too late.
    William Shakespeare
  • Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.
  • Time is what we want most, but what we use worst.
    William Penn
  • Time = life; therefore, waste your time and waste of your life, or master your time and master your life.
    Alan Lakein
  • Don’t be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many days in the year as you make use of. One man gets only a week’s value out of a year while another man gets a full year’s value out of a week.
    Charles Richards
  • The key is in not spending time, but in investing it.
    Stephen R. Covey
  • Determine never to be idle. No person will have occasion to complain of the want of time who never loses any. It is wonderful how much can be done if we are always doing.
    Thomas Jefferson
  • This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • A man who dares to waste one hour of life has not discovered the value of life.
    Charles Darwin

More Quotes on Time Management 1

  • Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.
    Benjamin Franklin
  • Once you have mastered time, you will understand how true it is that most people overestimate what they can accomplish in a year – and underestimate what they can achieve in a decade!
    Anthony Robbins
  • If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got.
    Lee Iacocca
  • It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The question is, what are we busy about?
    Henry David Thoreau
  • Take care of the minutes and the hours will take care of themselves.
    Lord Chesterfield
  • It’s how we spend our time here and now, that really matters. If you are fed up with the way you have come to interact with time, change it.
    Marcia Wieder
  • Whether it’s the best of times or the worst of times, it’s the only time we’ve got.
    Art Buchwald

More Quotes on Time Management 2

  • This is the beginning of a new day.
    God has given me this day to use as I will.
    I can waste it or use it for good.
    What I do today is important, because
    I am exchanging a day of my life for it.
    When tomorrow comes,
    this day will be gone forever,
    leaving in its place something
    that I have traded for it.
    I want it to be gain, not loss;
    good not evil; success not failure;
    in order that I shall not regret
    the price I paid for it.
    Author Unknown
  • Lost wealth may be replaced by industry, lost knowledge by study, lost health by temperance or medicine, but lost time is gone forever.
    Samuel Smiles
  • Money, I can only gain or lose. But time I can only lose. So, I must spend it carefully.
    Author Unknown
  • One thing you can’t recycle is wasted time.
    Author Unknown
  • Lost time is never found again.
  • All that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that.
    Baltasar Gracian
  • Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend.
  • Time is money.
    Benjamin Franklin
  • Until you value yourself, you will not value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it.
    M. Scott Peck
  • Your greatest resource is your time.
    Brian Tracy
  • You cannot kill time without injuring eternity.
    Henry David Thoreau
  • Until we can manage time, we can manage nothing else.
    Peter F. Drucker

More Quotes on Time Management 3

  • What may be done at any time will be done at no time.
    Scottish Proverb
  • A wise person does at once, what a fool does at last. Both do the same thing; only at different times.
    Baltasar Gracian
  • One worthwhile task carried to a successful conclusion is worth half-a-hundred half-finished tasks.
    Malcolm S. Forbes
  • A year from now you will wish you had started today.
    Karen Lamb
  • The surest way to be late is to have plenty of time.
    Leo Kennedy
  • While we are postponing, life speeds by.
  • You will never “find” time for anything. If you want time, you must make it.
    Charles Bruxton
  • Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.
    H. Jackson Brown
  • The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot.
    Michael Altshuler
  • I am definitely going to take a course on time management… just as soon as I can work it into my schedule.
    Louis E. Boone
  • In truth, people can generally make time for what they choose to do; it is not really the time but the will that is lacking.
    Sir John Lubbock
  • Those who make the worse use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness.
    Jean De La Bruyere
  • The great dividing line between success and failure can be expressed in five words: “I did not have time.”
    Franklin Field

Time Management for Students

People do not just wake up in the morning, get into their cars and hit the road without somewhere to go. Similarly, a wise student must have a goal he or she desires to attain. Goal setting allows you to choose where you want to go in school and what you want to achieve. They give you long-term vision and short-term motivation. The understanding of Time Management by any student would help such to have realisable and objective goals that would lead them into success at the end of their academic career. We shall consider some concepts that have to do with Time Management and Goal Setting…

What is Time Management?

Sometimes, one wonders if those who are successful have more than 24 hours at their disposal. But the frank reality is that some people achieve so much with their time than many others. The simple reason this is so is hinged on good time management. So, what is time management?

We can say that Time Management has to do with the process of effectively organising and planning how to apportion one’s time properly between several activities that one has to engage in. Effective Time Management certainly helps one to engage in SMART work as opposed to HARD work and much can be accomplished within a short time. Frustration and stress happen when one does not manage their time well.

Time management is an essential skill in the modern world where several activities have to be crammed into each day. In a nutshell, the following sentences summarise time management:

  • It is the proper use of available time for the accomplishment of set tasks.
  • Time management is managing ourselves in relation to time.
  • It is setting priorities and taking charge of your situation and time utilization.

Let us talk about Goal Setting…

Goal Setting

We can describe goal setting as the process of identifying some things that one wishes to accomplish or get done and establishing or mapping out SMART goals and time frames towards achieving the set objectives. For example, if you want to make a First Class or have Distinction in School, there are things you must eliminate in your life and there are study habits or patterns you must take on. Similarly, if you want to loose a specific pound or kilogramme of weight, your eating habit has to change and you set out time to see your desired weight become actualised.

We have pointed out that goal setting allows you to choose where you want to go in school (as a student) and what you want to achieve as they give you long-term vision and short-term motivation. The following interesting and thought-provoking lines from Guan Zhong (720 – 645 BCE) aptly describe the three types of goals there are:

The best return for one year is to grow grains;
The best return for ten years is to grow trees; and
The best return for a lifetime is to educate people.

Types of Goals

There are generally about three types of goals and these include long-term, medium-term and short -term goals.  Let us see these 3 types of goals closely…

Long-term Goal

Long term goals may focus on what you want to achieve in life, your vision of where you want to become. A long-term goal has to do with a future accomplishment and this is crucial for a successful career and certainly requires time and planning. It is not something you can do withing a short time, one year or few years; it takes almost a lifetime.

Medium term Goal

Medium term goals focus on things you want to achieve in a period of 1-5 years. Medium-term goals serves as the bridge between daily activities and the long-term goals one has. In other words, medium-term goals are set to be achieved somewhere between a ones short-term goals and their long-term goals. Medium-term goals last longer than a year, but less than five years. Since it takes a long time to achieve long term goals, medium-term goals enable one to be motivated on the way to fulfilling one’s long-term goals while working on the daily short-term goals necessary for the fulfilment of the long-term goals.

Short term Goal

Short-term goals are those daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual actions one requires to take in order to one’s medium-term and long-term goals. We can imagine short-term goals as our daily drivers or a vehicle faithfully and consistently that takes us to work daily though we may not like it as such. Every short-term goal must be a defined single action prioritized for that day and week and that also supports a monthly or quarterly goal. Short-term goals can cover a semester, a month, a week or a day.

SMART Goal Setting

Some refer to this as SMART Objectives, SMART Methodology or SMART Targets.

What are these SMART GOALS? SMART is an acrostic for Specific, Measurable, Achievable/Attainable/Appropriate, Relevant/Realistic/Rigorous  Time-bound. A student achievement goal should be SMART.

Specific – State where you need to be in a particular subject /course or a personality development area.

Measurable – how will you know you have reached the point?

Achievable, Attainable, Appropriate – The goal is under your control as a student.

Relevant, Realistic, Rigorous – related to your studies, realistically attainable (you may need to walk before you fly) but pushes you beyond your comfort zone.

Time-bound – The goal has a time frame: a semester, session, week, etc.

SMART Goals for Students

1. Set goals for different aspect of your life: social, spiritual, family relationship, academics. For example, what score do you want in a particular course?
2. Set your targets in clear terms. Don’t write “I want to study more”; rather “Get up at 4.30am to revise to one hour every day”.
3. Write your goals down where you can see them.
4. Begin to work towards achieving them. Sleep early if you want to wake up early to study by giving up activities

A student achievement goal should be SMART.

  • Specific – State where you need to be in a particular subject /course or a personality development area.
  • Measurable – how will you know you have reached the point?
  • Appropriate – The goal is under your control as a student.
  • Relevant, Realistic, Rigorous – related to your studies, realistically attainable (you may need to walk before you fly) but pushes you beyond your comfort zone.
  • Time-bound – The goal has a time frame: a semester; session, week

Importance of Goal Setting

It is certain that any individual without goals will live life haphazardly and might eventually end up nowhere as standing for nothing guarantees falling for anything. The importance of goal setting among others include the following:

  1. Goal setting allows you to choose where you want to go and what you want to achieve.
  2. It gives you long-term vision and short-term motivation.
  3. Goal setting involves using your present achievement data to set target goals for personal improvement.

Lanre Olusola, in his informative article, in TheGuardian Newspaper clearly spells out the importance of goal setting. You can look it up to know more importance of goal setting.

Time Management Skills

A major time management skill is Goal setting which we have discussed above. Others include Prioritisation, Self-motivation, Focus, Determination, Planning, Delegation/Outsourcing, Record keeping and many others. We can refer to time management skills also as Time management Strategies which the post has addressed. You can jump to the Time management Strategies below to see them…

Time Management Tips

The following tips will help anyone, especially any student, who wishes to manage their time very effectively:

  • Do things with concentration, dedication and commitment and not in a careless manner.
  • Trust others and distribute works to others (group activities).
  • Never think about unnecessary things and never be a in other people’s matters.
  • Postponement of planned events is an avoidable bad habit.
  • Breakdown your goals into smaller tasks with manageable steps.
  • Be punctual. Hurrying up is not always the best way of doing a thing faster.
  • Don’t forget or misplace things.
  • Use a calendar/ Get on by being organised.
  • Time is life, do not waste it.
  • Identify major thieves of time and eject them.
  • Make a realistic list of things to do and act on it.
  • Eliminate unnecessary activities.
  • Memory aids such as notes, phone recording are useful.
  • Analyse how time is spent.
  • Never take on more than is necessary, learn to say no.
  • Analyse yourself and operate within your strengths.
  • Employ a programme of physical and mental fitness.
  • Manage backlog.
  • Employ a schedule or planner to chart the way ahead.
  • Never cease striving to become more efficient and effective.
  • Treat each day as your last, maximize it.

Time Management Strategies

Time management involves several sub-skills as discussed below:

Making a Things-to-do List

  • Do not face a day without a clear idea of your targets for that day. Include other activities in addition to routine things like lectures and practicals.
  • You can make your list at night, while planning for the next day, or very early in the day.

Prioritization by Urgency and Importance

  • Determine which, of the many items you have pencilled down, are absolutely necessary and which must be done as soon as possible.
  • This is what is meant by prioritization, a ranking or ordering of things according to their importance or urgency.

Time Budgeting and Time-tabling

  • Determine how much time you can afford to invest on an activity but be sure to include all your major activities, including rest and recreation.
  • Your prioritization may be helpful here: you may want to spend more time on activities that you consider more important but allocate only the time you need.
  • Factor into your time plan possible delays and foreseeable problems.

Time-tabling: Things to Consider

  • Who am I?
  • What subject(s) do I like/detest? Why?
  • What time(s) and for how long do I like to study?
  • Where and in what conditions do I like to study?
  • When and for how long must I sleep in a day?
  • What activities (sports, social, WHO AM I? religious) do I like to participate in?

Account for the following in your time-table:

  • Personal daily cycle
  • Study cycle
  • Time management plan
  • Your Time- Table must include:
  • Period and hours of sleep required;
  • Time required for eating; praying/fellowshipping; recreation;
  • Moving from residence to lectures, etc.
  • Time and hours for lectures, tutorials & practical work
  • Period and hours required for study each day/week to cover all courses

A Realistic Time Table should:

  • Be pragmatic
  • Account for all your courses & necessary activities
  • Account for your individual attention span
  • Be adaptable in response to exigencies
  • Reflect your essential personality in content and design
  • Be a guide, a tool

A Realistic Time Table should not:

  • Be too detailed
  • Be too scanty
  • Ignore any subject or major activity; social, sporting, religious, etc.
  • Be made to impress
  • Be a distraction

Elimination of Waste

  • Time is so precious that one cannot afford to waste it.
  • Whenever you find yourself unoccupied, ask: what am I investing this time in?
  • Time management may therefore involve giving up some less productive activities to buy time for the more important things.
  • Eliminate waste by using time saving devices. (E.g. an ATM, a telephone. How?)

Task Sharing

  • Some people have time management challenges because they get involved in too many activities. So do not bite more than we can chew.
  • Our priority tasks can also present time management challenges. For example, an assignment for a course might require students to read several books and online material, do site visits and conduct some interviews.
  • At such times, students can form study groups and share the tasks. Using this scheme, each student does two activities instead of four.
  • The right attitude is of prime importance in using task sharing as a time management strategy.


  • Multitasking is a concept used in computer science and it refers to a mode of operation offered by an operating system in which a computer works on more than one task at a time.
  • It can also mean the simultaneous management of two or more tasks by a person.
  • A student can set an action in motion, first writing up an assignment that must be word-processed, giving that assignment to a typist to be word-processed while working on another assignment.


  • Despite all efforts to invest time wisely, there may be some activities that cannot be accommodated on a particular day.
  • Such will have to be rescheduled appropriately, i.e. new times will have to be fixed for them.
  • Of course if they are not absolutely important, you might consider leaving them out altogether.

Time Management Devices

The following devices are useful in helping us to manage our time properly:

  • Things to do list
  • Timetable
  • Organizer
  • Calendar
  • Timepiece, alarm
  • Cell phone

Importance of Time Management

The importance are quite numerous; but just a few importance will be listed here. These include:

  1. Balance in work and family life is achieved.
  2. Boosts confidence and inspires one to do more.
  3. Enhances Efficiency and Effectiveness
  4. Enhances success in studies, work and life.
  5. Excellent time management allows one to create a healthy balance in your workflow and home life.
  6. Guarantees fast achievement of ones goals.
  7. Helps in developing more qualities
  8. Helps in overcoming the problem of procrastination
  9. It develops in one the art of self-discipline.
  10. It helps in developing good study habits
  11. Makes life meaningful and puts an end to indecision.
  12. One can get more done with less effort.
  13. Reduces stress and the tendency of getting overwhelmed.
  14. It helps in making better decisions.
  15. Puts one to be in control and engenders fulfilment.

Problems and Solutions for Proper Time Management

These problems can be categorised into Personal, Psychological and Social problems. The solutions to each is given under each problem…

Personal Problems

  • Set priorities
  • Organize yourself
  • Spend some time on leisure

Psychological Problems

  • Have self-discipline
  • Learn to say “No” when necessary
  • Believe in team work
  • Have a watch on the work entrusted

Social Problems

  • Allot some time for recreation: to spend with parents, nature, to love, to listen, to dream and to think
  • Beware of and avoid time wasting relationships and pursuits.

Final Note

In its definition of this non-renewable resource, Oxford Dictionary has this to say: Time is the indefinite continued progress of existence and events that occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past, through the present, to the future. The post, Time Management for Students: Activities, Examples, Methods, Skills, Techniques, Tips & Tools, has outlined, in a comprehensible manner and style, basic things that one needs to know and practise if time is to be properly managed and maximised for optimum productivity. You can share with your friends if the post has enriched you. You can also see some of our posts like Efficiency and Effectiveness and others in order to learn one or two things. See you around.



  1. For someone to achieve a goal in life,Good time management enables you to work smarter and not harder. It also allows one to get more workdone in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high. Failing to manage one’s time may lead to a lot of stress and ultimately difficult to achieve one’s ambitions.

  2. Managing time effectively entails analyzing one’s goals, simplifying the goals into brief tasks and then making them a priority.
    Finally, it helps to estimate time frames so one can be able to schedule ones tasks effectively and meet one’s deadlines without any pointless procastination. It all builds on keeping one’s focus.

  3. The steps outlined above as I have discovered are vital for any student who wants to make meaningful use of his or her time.

  4. This writing is very helpful and Interesting. Once I started reading the introduction, I just wanted to read even more.

  5. Effective time management is key to success in any endeavour.
    Goal setting is the central part of time management.
    Goals must be well defined and realistic for them to be achievable.
    In addition, discipline,diligence, determination and focus are required to bring set goals to fruition.

  6. Time management is very essential to our day to day activities,we should be able to manage our time wisely.
    We can multitask to make things faster
    We can also involve ourselves in task sharing.There are so many importance in time management,and there are also problem. So we should manage our time effectively.

  7. Time is an essential, investible,non renewable resource.
    Time management is very essential in our day to day activities, we should manage our time properly because time is life we should spend it wisely.
    We should have a personal time table in order to help us in managing our time.
    We should also have the habit of analysing our day to day life to check if we have spent our time wisely
    I promise to apply time management to my day to day life

  8. Time is said to be limited and non-renewable source. Time management helps us to make proper use of each available time for the accomplishment of set tasks. This topic is in place for students to see it as something essential that each second, minute, and hour of their life must be invested in one important thing or the other. This is because each second, minute and hour lose cannot be gain back. So therefore, for people to have a good and well followed plan, their as been in place some time management tools such as calendar, organizer, Timepiece, cellphone and things-to-do list that help in making good plan.
    Moreover, goal setting is said to be a process of knowing or identify what one wishes to accomplish in life. So for a goal to be achieved properly at the right time, time must be invested in it and also plan must be set for it too.

  9. Having gone through the above quotes and ideas, i can deduce that life is not only about investing time, it is about investing time in a beneficial way that will boost one’s morale and productivity along side with positive and achievable goal setting. I will now add that: “It is not too late to start but it is too early to quit”

  10. Time I’d a limited important resource given to every human but how it is managed by an individual will tell if his life will be a success or a failure. Time management is setting right priorities, it has to do with the process of effective organising and planning how to apportion one’s time properly between several activities that one has to engage in. It is a skill everybody has to develop. Proper time management will help to overcome procrastination the one major enemy of time. Lack of time management will lead to one’s failure.

  11. I love this write-up
    Composed in few matter are rudiments for success.

    I sure love the ways nice and Brillant quotes were added.

    May I also add that to effectively manage ones time, a great amount of SELF-DISCIPLINE[the ability to do what you should do, when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not] is needed, and the payoff is TREMENDOUS.

    I’m blessed with this.
    Thank you very much.

  12. I have really learnt alot about this article (Time management)
    *I learnt that a time wasted can never be regain
    *Time management makes someone an organized person
    *Goals have different time range, some are of long term, some of meduim term and some are of short term
    *someone can not just wake up and achieve a goal, goal achievements needs a plan before it

  13. Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend.This article really helps to explain and guide people especially young scholars on how to spend time but not just that,but also how to spend it wisely to yield fruitful results.Also through this article,the importance of to-do-list has been well explained.

  14. Waoh!.
    In summary , time that is smart or well utilized will guarantee a SMART goal
    Time is Life. Time that is well spent will give a productive and good life and vice versa.

  15. These points are to be taken note of and be used effectively by all student cause they would bring out positive results.
    They shouldn’t be overlooked

  16. It’s a an enriching write-up. This has shown how important time management, goal setting is very important. Thank you sir. However, if one decides to passionately pursue after dual goals or more in academic and spiritual fields and their activities get to interlock each other and are time consuming, what can be done?
    Choose one and forfeit the others?

  17. Time management refers to managing time effectively so that the right time is allocated to the right activity. It allows individuals to assign specific time as per the activities.
    Time management refers to the best making use of time as time is always limited.

  18. This article has give me more understanding about time management
    The important of time management and how to set up a realistic timetable .

  19. You made known the fact that time can be managed quite effectively even in it’s infinitesimal amount. Indeed it has been lucid to my conciousness that time is actually equivalent to life.But,just as it takes a lot of sacrifice to invest money wisely also does it takes a more lot to invest time well.You made known the necessary means of attaining this sacrificial level _such as elucidating various time management devices: the likes of calendars, alarm (someone might sleep off in a time he/she is to perform certain tasks if not for alarm).Indeed you have done a great job.I am blessed.I am looking forward to your next article.Keep the good work going

    1. Great article, really helpful.
      By reading “Time Management for Students: Activities, Examples, Skills, Techniques, Tips & Tools” I’ve learnt the SMART Goal setting technique, prioritizing by urgency and importance. This article has helped me in creating a realistic Time Table.
      Thank You for writing this piece.

  20. This article is an eye opener and it’s very educative,many students need this to excel in the university. Thank you for this.

  21. Time is a the most precious gift given to humanity. Most people do not know what to do with their time and gradually it passes and before they realize it, old age creeps in and that feeling of non-accomplishment follows it. Most times we complain that time is moving slowly but if we fully maximise the time we have in our hands, that is; the present, and set goals employ strategies to achieve the goal we would discover that the 24 hours in a day might not even be enough for us.
    By employing the strategies of time management we would be able to achieve a lot for ourselves and even be of benefit to the people around us. And if in turn a great percentage of people maximise their time then we would succeed in making the world a better place.

  22. We can see from this whole text a lot of things about time and it’s management.Here I will comment on some of them.*Time is a limited, investable, non-renewable resource. it’s value is like currency. we see some principles of time management.,*setting goals and establishing priorities early,*spot and avoid time wasters,*write a daily time schedule. We also have time management strategies.*Make a to-do list,*prioritize (arrange tasks in the order of importance),*time budgeting (allocation of time for each task). There are some features that are always present in a reasonable time table, here are some of them. It must be pragmatic,*it should reflect your essential personality in content and design, it must not be too detailed. it must not be too scanty.We will also talk about problems and solutions for proper time management. Personal, psychological and social problems.set priorities right,be organized, self discipline, believe in team work,allot some time do recreation and avoid procastination. Conclusion,*time is life, don’t waste it,*eliminate unecessary pursuits, avoid excessive re-schedule and finally, greet and invest each day as if it’s your last.

  23. It has indeed been a journey through this masterpiece that hasn’t just cut my attention but has also effectively and efficiently widen my view about time management and i would forever bear this word in mind.
    “The bad news is time flies.The good news is you ‘re the pilot” by michael Altshuler

  24. With the aid of time management, Students know that time is limited and it can’t be renewed.Every human activity requires proper time management…And sometimes the outcome of an activity depends on how the time available for it has been used.Students should also spend more time studying very hard..We should avoid squandering our time on unnecessary things…As a student creating a personal study time table for the entire week will really help… We have to include social activities;they too, could be context of learning even for our assignment…As a student..Self discipline and taking personal responsibility for your mission as a student…when a student have failed to perform excellently well after his/her programme of study, Such student find that you are there all alone to bear the consequences of the wrong use of his/ her time.

  25. The article is a self explanatory and comprehensive one. This is a very good article and it can guide students on their path to achieve success.

  26. This article helped me to learn how to manage my time wisely,it also helped me to be able to make a suitable time table for my daily activities.
    It showed me how to set goals properly
    both short term and long term goals
    and how to achieve the goals you set.
    I learned I should also be SMART when setting goals and goals must always be specific and achievable.
    I also learned the importance of goal setting as it helps you to choose what you want to achieve and work towards it.
    Also the strategies of time management also taught me how to make a to-do list and time budgeting.
    In conclusion the article taught me that time management helps us to plan and balance our everyday activities.

  27. Sir, in what way can timetable be a distraction?
    Why should timetable not be detailed? Since it is meant to guide us through our activities.

  28. Sir I noticed that if you set a time table for yourself, you will discover u have more activities to do than ur normal way of living

  29. The ability to manage one’s time is important. Good time management leads to improved efficiency and productivity. A student is supposed to be disciplined about time, the whole 24 hours is not at his disposal.. Time is not to be wasted.

  30. This was a very Nice enlightenment on Time Management……..This will inculcate good Moral principles to the youth and the upcoming Future leaders

  31. If everyone could only know the importance of prioritization and it’s significance in achieving goals, a lot of people won’t have regrets for past mistakes they made. Time which is known as man’s worst friend can be seen as his best friend if he effectively utilizes time for more pressing needs.

  32. Actually I have come to know that, ‘the beginning of the proper usage of time is the beginning of wisdom’.
    Thanks it’s helpful.

  33. This post has enlightened me on the benefits of time management and also on the dangers of time wasting. It has also given me the motivation to start a well balanced, organised and visionary schedule with the aim of achieving my goals.

  34. Time, as I’ve learned is a valuable component to achieve the goals we’ve set for ourselves

    A time Well spent will guarantee at least 80% success of your goals

    I’ve learned here now the methods to maximize my time, balance my social, personal and academic life here on campus

    I’ll do well to utilize the methods and tools stated here to achieve my goals

  35. This topic about time management made me realize how I have been wasting time. I learnt that when we waste time it can never be recovered. Time is meant to be invested. We must make good decisions about how to use our time to get a better future.

  36. Time management is an indispensable aspect of life. Either you make good use of your time or not, time lost can never be regained. So therefore, we must put necessary steps and action in practice, in other not to spend time but to invest in it.

  37. This article is a treasure store of excellence mind set, not only in academics but in all singular spheres of life. More Power To Your Elbow Sir.

  38. Time management is very essential. It’s not about managing time only, it’s about making it worthwhile the right way because some believe cyber crimes is a way of making money which to them implies they are managing their time to make money. Time should be managed in a way that can serve as example to those coming

  39. I love the way this article presents time management to students. It helps make it easier and much more efficient to students who follow the steps named in the article.

  40. Discipline is key to achieving time management. Time is life and Life is time, and when we make best use of our time; we make best use of our life. One major problem to time management is discipline and tenacity. To achieve all we have planned to do and even have time for ourselves, there is need for us to be consistent and follow through our plans Effectively. Time management involves being SMART.. meaning specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time bound.
    Above all, the difference between A Man of Influence and a man of no reputation is WHAT THEY DO WITH THEIR TIME. To see changes in our lives we must make sure the changes begin from our Time Table. THANKS sir.

  41. It helps student to achieve their goals at easiest time. It helps to Generates more work than expected even when working under pressure and tight deadlines.it make all easy for people.

  42. Time is what we want most but use worst. This time is like other times if we know what to do best of it, so plan ahead of your times to know what to do best with it. Make every time count! Always know what to do best/next with your time.

  43. Time,time,time,this is a word of many definitions and meanings. What is life without management?As management is essential in every life,so also is life time bound.
    As individuals or group we all must know how to make our time judicious, effective,renovative and productive in order,not to waste our lifes
    With all these being said,I would end with the word of Alan Lakein which says “Time is equal to life;therefore,waste your time and waste off your life,or master your time and master your life”.

  44. This is an important subject manner we should not take with levity. It discusses the basic principles, rudiments and art of time management.
    Time is a limited, investible and nonrenewable resource. It helps in goal setting. While setting our goals, we should be time conscious. That is why we have long term goal, medium term goal and short term goal. While setting goal, we should write them in clear terms, we should let our goals be SMART. Time management skills and devices helps us to prudently make use of our time.
    Time management has a lot of benefits like it improves efficiency and effectiveness, it makes one have a balanced life, etc.

  45. Time management also speed up the readiness to life. In one word I learnt we should work with “SPEED and ACCURACY.”

  46. These are indeed great facts about time. I appreciate it a lot. I remembered one fact the Holy Spirit told me one day about time. He said TIME is ‘Tomorrow In Manufacturing Era’. So, your tomorrow is a product of what you did today with your raw material – Time. Think about it!

    1. These are indeed great facts about time. I also remember a day when the Holy Spirit told me something about time. He said TIME means ‘Tomorrow In Manufacturing Era’. What you have tomorrow is a product of what you did with your raw material (Time) today. Think about it!

  47. Wooooow
    This is inspirational
    It really has spurned me to keep to my time not just with my mouth but with my actions

  48. I have been working using to do list, but I kept on wondering what to do because I often skipped some tasks along the day. Sir how do I resolve this? I must admit this is quite helpful to me, more grace to your elbow.

  49. This post is a great tool for individuals who are passionate about making maximum utility of their time in achieving their goals and objectives.

  50. As a student, my perception of time will be different to that of another student. So students as a whole our perception of time would be different based on many factors like character, state of mind and sub-consciousness, Intellectual utilization, Ability to wrap our minds around the impossible and Critical Logical Reasoning. The Scientific definition of time states “A continuous, measurable quantity in which events occur in a sequence proceeding from the past through the present to the future”, So every seconds of our day-day living can’t be recovered. So, it best we use our time for fruitful purposes. All students should learn to make good use of their time.

    Lao Tzu quote states thus, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” but for those that a thousand miles is just the beginning of their journey, well, we can start by folding space and time.

  51. Time is a very important factor that must be kept track of because once you waste time, you waste life gradually. Time makes a difference between Successful and not successful people.
    Setting goals, having a destination is one of the effective ways to keep tabs of the way we as individuals use our time.
    As students time tabling is an essential factor to manage and use our time resourcefully.

  52. According to this time management and goal setting help us to choose wher we want to go and what we want to achieve in life.
    It gives us long-term vision and short-term motivation.
    Goal setting involves using your present achievement data to set target goals for personal improvement.

  53. This is a wonderful topic, but sometimes, this idea of time management seems impossible to achieve, that is, creating an order and trying to live according to this order.
    I feel most times, the problem is not just about creating a realistic time table but actually following it up, it feels almost impossible and this is where most students always have problems.
    Also in the multitasking subsection, I don’t completely agree with the example given because after he or she might have finished the assignment write up and then send it to the typist, he or she has successfully accomplished that task and so working on another assignment after that time is not multitasking but actually task sharing. This is because at that point , you are not the one typing again.
    A typical example which I feel is an example of multitasking is a student eating lunch or dinner and at the same time solving a mathematical problem. At this point, he or she is giving less attention to the food and more attention to the maths problem but is simultaneously carrying out these two tasks at the same time within a time frame.
    Also, I feel rescheduling of tasks and activities is the same as postponement of planned events which according to your write up is “… avoidable bad habit.” This means that rescheduling is not advisable.
    Thanks a lot for this informative article.

  54. This is very inspiring and this hits me hard with one of the key message on procrastination this thing has really stolen my time but not anymore

  55. Time management and goal setting is very important in our every day life.it is also the first step to been successful….But i think everyone needs self discipline…Without self discipline we cant guide our self or follow our time or goals..

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