How many times have you told yourself, “I want to get more things done”? Probably a million times.
You essentially want to be more productive. This is the key to being successful. (I know success has a subjective definition.)
I am a pretty productive person…I think, but there is always room for improvement.
My great aunt used to tell me about how valuable my time was when I was growing up.
I would spend all day Saturday at the beauty salon. My friend’s mother did my hair when I was a teen, so it was an enjoyable time, but still long, nonetheless. My “Tutu” would always tell me that I would begin to value my time as I got older.
As I ‘matured’, I definitely learned how precious TIME is.
These days, you can’t catch me sitting in a beauty salon longer than three hours (and that’s a stretch). I would find another beautician if I had to spend too long there.
If the majority of my day is spent doing something that could’ve been done in a short amount of time, I haven’t been productive.
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are the problems these days.
I told my little cousin that Twitter was too time consuming sometimes. He quickly said, “You only post 140 characters and you get off”. I said, “If you read your timeline, it keeps going, and going, and going”.
He looked at me like I was crazy and asked me why would I want to spend so much time doing that! I thought that was part of the purpose of being on Twitter.
I learn something new everyday!
Post and leave…sometimes. Is this the social media productivity? It’s a start.
Setting time limits helps tremendously.
Someone told me their limit is 15 minutes/day!
That’s impossible for a lot of people I know!
The key here is to make wise use of your TIME.
It’s your life and your time.
I am productive, but I want to be more productive in the future.
I wanna know how much time do other people really spend on social media.