There are 5 tools to get your time management on track. Time Out is a really great app for people that always work through lunch. It is suitable for people that have the mindset that lunch is for wimps. Every year, research shows that you get more done if you actually take a break and refresh yourself.
- Suitable for those who work endlessly throughout the day and believe ‘Lunch is for Wimps’, Time Out is a standout app for reminding you to take a break.
- Developing great time management skills is largely due to habit, and Coach.Me, formerly the Lift app, is one of the leading habit-tracking systems.
- The digital version of the ‘pomodoro’ technique, the Focus Booster time manager breaks your tasks down into 25-minute sessions, each followed by a five-minute break. After four sessions, you take a longer 15- to 20-minute break.
“Time management skills are not innate, and like most other attributes such as leadership and communication, they take time to develop and master. But once honed, it can exponentially increase the quality of work you produce.”