Edumarketer Tip #110: Blocking Out Time for Projects

Uncategorized May 12, 2021

When you’re busy and have a lot to get done, it’s hard to keep track of how much time you’re spending on each task. Jumping from task to task can be challenging and can cause you to lose track of time.

One of the best methods to manage your time is to use a time management method for time blocking. 

Time blocking is segmenting your day into chunks of time that are defined by a specific task. For example, you block out time from 10:00 am to 11:00 am to record a video. You start at 10:00 am and once you’re done you can move onto the next project.

During that time, you are only focusing on that specific task. The point of this is to prevent multi-tasking that way you get more done and spend less time jumping back and forth between four or five different projects. With that, time blocking also keeps interruptions from happening so you can get more work done. 

But why should you do this?

By blocking out time for important tasks, you’ll get the most important things done first. When you are not dividing your attention between nine different things, you are more efficient, focused and produce quality work.

Remember, the only way that you will ever start creating consistent videos is to block out the time to actually make them.  Do this and you will find it much easier to create videos each and every week. 


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