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!
Time management…Wow. How true that quote is. I’m having a hard time saying no and dealing with the repercussions of schedule conflicts, priorities and obligations. I want to start focusing on what I want to accomplish in the next decade so that it will dictate how I choose to spend my minutes. I did manage to squeeze in a new graphite drawing of my beloved Freesia but realizing how much time passed between posts tells me that I’m not on track for the decade and seriously mismanaging the minutes. Any suggestions?
First I really have to say is, that your drawing is amazing! It’s so beautiful!
And a little hint for the time management: Make a list. It may sound strange but it’s easier to look through your tasks with knowing exactely what you have to do.
Then write down what has to be done first. After you have done a special thing, cross it out and you’ll feel better. Really!
The last step is important: look how many time you needed for your tasks and the next time you will know that you don’t need so much time for something and you can maybe start with these…
I hope you understood me and it was a little bit helpful for you!
Thank you Verenacave for your kind words it means a lot. Yes you are right I should start to log how many hours these drawings and paintings take. It would be helpful and the reality of it a little scary too!